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Parallel or not? New Studio in basement
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I am about to build a new studio in my basement for the purposes of recording live music. I have developed a few plans that i am considering. Both plans have a Control Room and Live Room and ISO rooms. My issue is deciding on parallel walls or not. Please see http://www.jetpackband.ca/stud….._Angle.jpg and http://www.jetpackband.ca/stud…..rallel.jpg. Any help would or suggestions would be great.

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Please note that the Angled version is using Feet that are actually in INCHES. It’s the same basement in both images. Thanks!

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J, parallel walls are the least of your problems. Your ratios of width, height, and length are not acceptable for minimizing low-frequency issues and the required treatment. Fill out the information in this link and include photos of existing surfaces. https://www.acousticfields.com…..-analysis/ Secure a time after room form submission to go over by phone.

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