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Do It Yourself Room Analysis
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July 29, 2020
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July 29, 2020 - 5:10 pm
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I’ve been sending the date for room analysis but with no feedback for weeks. I send it again today.

I am sure you are very busy with everything, I can understand that. I am thinking of buying the DIY book and make the panels ourselves as we are in different countries (Europe) and shipment we think will be very very expensive…

I wonder if in the eBook are all the details for analysing the room so we know what to build and where to install it. Or how do we go about this analysis?

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July 29, 2020 - 5:44 pm
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Room size is:
Length: 17.06′
Width: 11.28′
Height: 8.46′

I have the Window on the back wall (in my back) = Length 6.39′ x height 4.46′
Door (on the left wall, unfortunatly on the left of me kinda at the first reflection) = Length 6.56′ x height 2.62′

Floor: lamiated parquet
Walls: poured concrete and is 0.5′
+ back wall (the one with the window) is 1.8′

Room usage: Video editing (audio also for advertising, documentaries etc), Recording 1-2 persons podcast and mixing that audio.
Speakers: 2 channels Tannoy Gold 8.
Microphone for voice recording: Shure SM7B

I would like also to soundproof a little bit for not getting sound out. Getting sound from “outside” the room, at the hours that I am working in, is not really an issue.

Room plan: https://ibb.co/vYP6wBZ

Any recommandation is welcomed.

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