Bass control in a TINY attic studio

real-world case studies

Have you ever thought that your room might actually be too small to do any useful acoustic treatment?

That you can’t really get good sound in there anyway, and that if you tried you might end up “overwhelming” the room somehow?

Well let me show you what is actually possible even in a tiny room, if you just take a few proven steps in the right order and you are ready to do what is necessary.

Our fellow home studio music producer Shane Ivers followed my Home Studio Treatment Framework to the letter and it shows.

He treated his tiny attic studio using GIK acoustic panels, and planned the placement of the panels with my online course Absorber Placement Hacks (For Odd Rooms).

But most interesting to us: he documented the change each new panel brought to the room using measurements in a video.

So I just had to get him on and tell us what he did exactly.

If you’re working from a tiny room and still wondering what it takes to get it sound right (including the low end!), then this video is for you.



"How to correctly place your listening position and speakers, no matter what room you're in."

  • Find the correct wall to face in your home studio
  • Optimize the low end and minimize reflection effects
  • Get the distance between wall and speakers right
  • Get a stereo image like on really good headphones

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