I just wanted some input, as to whether or not these room dimensions are able to provide a decent sound. I think it’s a medium sized room. There is some furniture, and a squat rack, in it, along with a table, and a kitchen at the back end with a large window at the front.
I plan on placing my control desk at the front part beneath the window. The window can of course be covered with treatment panels or varying degrees of design/quality.
The usage would be for a mixing desk, with the desk placed about 1/3rd of the length from the wall, symmetrically placed so equal distance from monitor to side walls on both sides. Levels of sound would be around 65-75db for a quiet mixing room. No loud stuff. I have an 8″ subwoofer and 2 monitors with 6″ woofers and folded ribbon tweeters. They are all ADAM monitors, they are called ADAM Artists (aluminium), and the Sub8 is also the silver one. They perform well, but the room obviously won’t until it’s treated. I have the subwoofer set at 120Hz crossover so all frequencies go above 120Hz to the two monitors.
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