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December 26, 2018 - 4:47 pm
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Hi new here, I would like some help with my room.

I was wondering if you guys could help give me your advice on treating my room. I make music and mix/master and wanted a decent sounding room but nothing too over the top.

Basic Room measurements:
-8 feet tall ceiling
-11 foot wide ( not counting the closets)
-11 feet long

Speakers:
-JBL LSR305 speakers
-JBL LSR310s 10’ Sub.

Treatment:
-Mineral Wool

I attached a bunch of images to this link here: https://www.gearslutz.com/boar…..-help.html

please click the link and look at the images to get a better understanding of what panels I will be putting up.

Thanks!

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F, Panels filled with building insulation will not absorb the frequency and amplitudes of issues within your small room. You must use alternative treatment types such as diaphragmatic and Helmholtz. Building insulation will also over absorb your middle and high frequencies.

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Creating a good Recording studio/room can be done by in a number of ways, the options available are vast. Basically adding Acoustic Treatment to the room makes all the difference. There are a number of places that offer services and products that help you get the result you desire. Acoustic wall tiles or boards, ceiling tiles, etc can be used to reduce the reflection, reverberation of sound, you can visit the link to get a good idea of the various options available.

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Giving your room acoustic treatment is best way forward. acoustic barrier fence will reduce noise by STC 27. It can be easily installed, made from fire resistant material and can be moved around and placed where required.

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