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Hi Rafael, Thanks for your question. It is a good example of what people are doing that won't work in small rooms such as yours. Using fiberglass to absorb low frequencies which produce + 10 - + 15 dB bumps in room response curves is like holding up a feather to stop a tornado. It does not have the science to deal with low frequency pressure issues. Only diaphragmatic absorption technology will help you manage these issues. How much, what rate and level to use, where to place it all have to be calculated. Remember the acronym TAP - type, amount, position.
Ok, I was already thinking about it during the last videos
I watched on youtube!
Do you offer any kind of advice? How much? I live in Brazil and it is difficult to find a professional in this area.
My plan is to enjoy all the material I have and remodel my studio.
Hi Rafael, The design fee for this service is 1,500.00 USD. It includes all size/volume/usage calculations along with low frequency absorption type, amount, position. Middle and high frequency diffusion along with the DIY build drawings for all treatments so you can build everything yourself from materials in your area.