Have you ever wondered if a certain *thing (insert *beam/pillar/furniture/cubby/screen/etc here) in your room is causing an acoustic problem?
Maybe you’ve got a bunch of panels up on the wall and you’re thinking that the wood frame is actually reflecting sound in a bad way.
Or there’s an oddly angled piece of wall that you can’t properly treat and you’d like to know just how much of an impact it has.
Of course really understanding this in detail is highly dependent on your exact situation.
But there’s a quick way of roughly estimating just how large a problem can be caused by any particular *thing in your room.
It’s the thought process that I always go through first when I’m asked this question.
That’s what I want to show you today.
Here’s my quick rule of thumb to know just how much of a problem a certain *thing in a room causes.
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