Let’s talk bass traps and bass trapping in a home studio.
In particular for treating a recording room, to record drums for example.
Are they useful here as well?
Is there any difference in how you use them compared to a mixing room?
The short answer is: no.
Physics stays physics. So if you need low end control in a recording room, then bass traps are the obvious way to go.
But HOW you determine if you actually NEED low end control in a recording room is another matter.
And that’s where treating a recording room is fundamentally different from a mixing room.
Let me explain in this week’s video.
WATCH FREE WORKSHOP
THE PHANTOM SPEAKER TEST
"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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