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hi everyone, I’d like to have some advices about how to treat a recoarding room for drum.
This room is a square wooden house and its dimensions are 15×15 ft. The height measure 6,5 ft on its lowest point and 9 ft on the highest.
Does four bass trap placed on the corners are enought?
How should i treat the ceiling?
Should I absorbe or spread first reflections?
thanks everyone for your time
Thanks for your quick answer.
Could i ask you also where shoul I place low-frequency absorbers on the walls?
And can a diaphragmatic absorber placed on the ceiling be useful?
B, You will need a combination of broadband and low-frequency absorption throughout the room. You will have to place your low-frequency absorption on the floor. Diaphragmatic absorption is too heavy to install on the ceiling. What is your budget for this project?
I don’t have a maximum budget, because if there are some fundamental treatment to make the room sound acceptable I’m ready to do it.
Should the low-frequency absorption placed on the floor be placed along the entire perimeter of the room?
B, Fill out the information in this link. Take photos of the room surfaces and include. https://acousticfields.com/fre…..-analysis/ Set up a time to speak using the electronic calendar.
Hi there. I also had similar questions, on how to do the best acoustics in my room. The room size was similar to yours. I was trying to find different variations for my room. Most annoying was where should I place all the musical instruments. I found many ideas, though I did found I good solution to do a perfect acoustics in my room. I think this will help – acoustic barrier
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