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What Frequency Range Should I Diffuse ?
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April 4, 2019 - 4:50 pm
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Hi, I have made several spectral measurements in my mixing room and I have noticed the same problem. I Have a dip from 600hz to 2khz ranging from -1db to -4db. Should I make my diffusers in that range so I can reinforce those attenuated frequency’s by diffusing them? Let’s say i’m going to make a QRD diffuser that diffuses 700hz and cuts off at 2000hz. does it seem right ?

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N,

Diffusion will not assist you with peaks and troughs in frequency response. It will actually make them worse. You must use broadband absorption to treat the issues.

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