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REW Room Acoustics Software
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How to Make Your Own Acoustic Panels
This is a tutorial for you to create your own acoustic panels or, at least, to make them the way I did. These feature a double frame design, which is something I came up with to have the insulation/rockwool batt away from the wall.
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How to Build Wooden Diffuser
Peter Johnson discusses the effective use of a quadratic diffuser as it relates to recording or mixing sound and instructs on how to make an effective, sturdy and inexpensive piece of acoustic equipment, ready to mount.
How to Test and Analyze Your Home Studio Room
In this video, Jake Perrine, veteran mix engineer, teaches us how to analyze our mixing room using a microphone to detect resonant peaks and dips. He uses 3 techniques using sine way sweeps and pink noise, then analyzing in tools such as Voxengo SPAN and Room EQ Wizard
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Tweakheadz Guide to the Home and Project Studio
How to put together a less expensive Recording Studio that Rivals Professional Studio Sound.
Consider the Guide as a classroom and each article a lesson.
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Hans Zimmer interviews and studio tour
German-born composer Hans Zimmer is recognized as one of Hollywood’s most innovative musical talents.
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Acoustic Panels Effect. Watch the Difference
Acoustic treatment: four step of the process in making studio sound better.
At the end of the video there's a sample of drums playing in the room with some effect, to get an idea of a possible final result.
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SnowGhost Music Recording Studio
For indie musicians wanting to make records with the best possible sound, mecca just may be a little recording studio in Whitefish, Montana. There Brett Allen presides over a state-of-the-art, spare-no-cost facility designed for the sole purpose of providing indie artists the kind of recording experience they would expect from a label-owned studio.
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AES Vienna: Jocavi Acoustic Panels
Dan Agosto drops by the Jocavi Acoustic Panels exhibit at AES in Vienna and walks us through some of the options. Irregularly shaped surfaces on walls sharply reduce the reflection of sound and are commonly used in professional recording studios and spaces. There's more than one way to be irregular as this Gearwire video shows.
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Welcome to new mainroom, International Recording Studios Catalog!
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