Studio setup advice with an off sided window

Discussion in 'Acoustics (Live Room, ISO Booths)' started by David17, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. David17

    David17 Active Member

    Apr 5, 2017
    I have a 11 x 13 x 9ft ceiling room with a front window that covers most of that wall. My problem is when I center my mixing position on this window wall as I have been advised to do by other designers, I get one speaker in front of the window and one on what's left of the wall. So one speaker on window and one on a wall.
    Does this sound like a bad idea for imaging for the speakers since they will not be on the same surface? I probably will have to put some trapping behind the speakers as well.
    Any advice would make my day at this point. Thank you.

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  2. Brien Holcombe

    Brien Holcombe Well-Known Member

    Mar 31, 2015
    Exit 4
    You could build a window plug to help with isolation and imaging. I would also get that carpet off the floor. Once you get good imaging then you will deal with the selective absorbtion that this carpet is capable of.

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