Academy Dashboard Forum Studio Studio Building / Acoustics Bedroom Studio Reply To: Bedroom Studio

Nick D.

    there is 2 parts to the acoustic treatment aspect. 1 part is the control room and part 2 is the live room. For the control room, I generally like those as dead and absorptive as possible. So I threw as much OC703 in there as I could, its probably as flat as im going to get a small room. The live room I prefer the opposite and would rather treat it with movable panels where needed, either diffusion or absorbing. For most home studios this is probably the most logical solution. If i was to have a commercial studio I would be hiring someone.