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by jazztronaut
Mon, 2021-Jan-11, 05:59
Forum: Fake Acoustics!
Topic: Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"
Replies: 6
Views: 5070
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Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"

Hi there jazztronaut, and Welcome to the forum! :thu: :) Your measurement mic should still go in the middle of the spot where your head will be, since that's the place closest to where your ears are, and that's what matters. That said, for some precision tuning measurements I sometimes do a set of ...
by jazztronaut
Sun, 2021-Jan-10, 07:54
Forum: Fake Acoustics!
Topic: Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"
Replies: 6
Views: 5070
China

Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"

Would recommend this to anyone who is designing their studio, Thanks for the kind words! And please do spread the word... let your musician friends and acquaintances know about the forum: There's plenty of room for more new members! Also, feel free to start a thread about your place: It seems you a...
by jazztronaut
Sun, 2020-Nov-15, 22:43
Forum: RECORDING STUDIO ACOUSTICS AND TREATMENT
Topic: Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!
Replies: 8
Views: 2026
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Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!

ericwisgikl wrote:Hi jazztronaut,

I don't see the .mdat file into the attachments.

Cheers,

Eric



apologies, here it is ! :-)
by jazztronaut
Sun, 2020-Nov-15, 07:14
Forum: RECORDING STUDIO ACOUSTICS AND TREATMENT
Topic: Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!
Replies: 8
Views: 2026
China

Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!

Hi jazztronaut, In order to see what first reflection points you need to treat, you could pay a look at your impulse response and apply the "string trick", described by Stuart in the following link: https://www.digistar.cl/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=208&p=1373&#p1373 That way ...
by jazztronaut
Thu, 2020-Oct-08, 06:10
Forum: RECORDING STUDIO ACOUSTICS AND TREATMENT
Topic: Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!
Replies: 8
Views: 2026
China

Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!

Hi jazztronaut! Your room seems to be healthy. The measurements show very good results IMHO. Decays look fine. There are some issues in the waterfall, but my bet is that there are electrical noise issues into the microphone or any part of the audio chain. The huge dip around 10k is because you don'...
by jazztronaut
Wed, 2020-Oct-07, 23:40
Forum: RECORDING STUDIO ACOUSTICS AND TREATMENT
Topic: Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!
Replies: 8
Views: 2026
China

Masurements after initial treatment, pls help me improve and fix issues!

Hi all just wanted to share with you the on going Acoustic Treatment for a small home studio space roughly 4.3m deep * 3.1m wide * 2.8m tall as you can see in the photos there is a false ceiling around the inner walls to accommodate duct work and lighting. Speakers are 0.8m apart, sitting close to t...
by jazztronaut
Tue, 2020-Sep-29, 22:25
Forum: Fake Acoustics!
Topic: Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"
Replies: 6
Views: 5070
China

Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"

Hi there jazztronaut, and Welcome to the forum! :thu: :) Your measurement mic should still go in the middle of the spot where your head will be, since that's the place closest to where your ears are, and that's what matters. That said, for some precision tuning measurements I sometimes do a set of ...
by jazztronaut
Tue, 2020-Sep-29, 13:20
Forum: Fake Acoustics!
Topic: Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"
Replies: 6
Views: 5070
China

Myth: "Studio monitor speakers must be set up in an equilateral triangle"

Hi there thanks for great post!

Was just wondering if I'm measuring my studio acoustic response, do I also place the mic a few cm behind my head where the lines meet or do I place it where my head would be at listening position?

thanks!