Does this sound familiar?


“I’m so tired of constantly fighting my room.“

“I’ve got my tricks worked out, but it takes too long. Sometimes it just feels like I’m going in circles.“

“If I go on forums to look for help, there’s always someone fighting. Halfway through my brain is melting and I’m thinking: What’s this guy going on about?”

“I don’t need to have these problems, it’s hard enough as it is! I just want to be able to trust what I hear!”

“I’m confused about what works and what doesn’t. What’s the right approach for my room?”

You know what? You’ve come to the right place. That’s exactly how I used to feel.

Hi, I’m Jesco, founder of Acoustics Insider.

I teach acoustic treatment techniques for audio professionals, but without all the voodoo. So you can create the best possible product fast and with confidence, and get back to having fun in the studio.

After spending the last 12 years mixing records and treating studios in Berlin, I’ve learned EXACTLY what it takes to turn just about any room under the sun into a reliable creative space.

It has allowed me to cut my average mix time down to 4 hours, and win a platinum record for mixing Ofenbach’s “Be Mine“

— I want to help you do the same.


  • Going to the studio, confidently excited about the next mix, knowing that you get to follow your creative instincts and just have fun.
  • Any fear of translation has gone out the window, and that passion really shows in your projects.
  • Your clients come in and actually comment on how awesome your room looks and sounds.

I’m here to help you finally sort out your room’s acoustics.

Because when you inherently trust what you hear in your studio, you get to stay in the comfort of your creative mind set.

You make decisions quicker, work faster and ultimately do the best work you can.

That kind of confidence can’t be had any other way, and it shows.

Are you prepared to do what it takes?

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