Gear matters. From house drummer to Grammy winner, Ted Greenberg reflects on a lifetime love of music and a dogged pursuit of audio perfection. From junky equipment to a state of the art recording studio, Ted looks back fondly on the path his career has taken. Well-known artists make up his current clientele, but he remembers with appreciation and gratitude, those not-so-famous names that gave him his start and the moment that that made him cry.
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Dennis FoleySeptember 4, 2019
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Limp mass material types can never achieve the proper rates of absorption that music and voice require.
Actually, fiberglass is more effective at absorbing bass frequencies than rockwool is, as long as it is thick enough. Denser…
Thanks, for this.
What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.