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Treating a basically featureless drum recording room / stereo mixing room
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September 5, 2020 - 11:36 am
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Hello, I am looking for advice as to how to treat a L (18′, 6″) W (11′, 2″) H (8′, 8″) drum recording / stereo mixing room. One long wall has windows and a door, and the opposite wall has french doors. Other than that, it is just a rectangular room with drywall walls/ceiling, and a concrete floor. I am PLANNING on building absorptive clouds to suspend from the ceiling, and having acoustic drapes hung on both long walls. The floor will have a rug with padding. One short wall will have the mixing station (I mix with KRK Rokit 5 G4’s), and the opposite wall has the drum set.

I am not sure how to treat the 2 short walls, or what kind of bass traps to use in the corners. If anyone has suggestions or changes to my current plans, please let me know. Thanks!

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