In my last video I talked about finding the right size computer screen for your home studio setup (it’s actually a speaker placement question).
As a follow up, our fellow no-voodoo brother Ben C. asked me what happens though when your room is exactly 8 feet high and you end up placing...
I got this excellent question from a follower last week:
"I’m looking for buying a new computer screen/monitor and would like a modern 34” or 38” ultra wide screen. But because of my small room I have some problems to not have the screen interfere with the line of sight of...
This week let’s talk bass trapping again.
Placing bass traps in particular.
Because when you’re trying to tackle that endlessly confusing topic of low end control in your home studio, it can be so easy to get caught up in rabbit holes that have you questioning your sanity...
Usually I’d have another video for you today.
But something weird I’ve noticed about video is that the time it takes to produce it seems to go up proportionally with the length of the video.
So I try and keep my videos short, somewhere around the 10min mark.
But I could cover...
A question that pops up time and time again on panel mounting is this:
Should your panels sit flush against the wall, or should there be an air gap behind them?
Some people say to hang them against the wall, others suggest the air gap.
But does it even make any difference? And is...
In this first video of the year I want to focus on a simple question, but one that can easily drag you down into a complicated rabbit hole:
Should you hang your panels vertically or horizontally on the wall?
Is there a significant difference between these two options? Which orientation...
If you’re just about to set up a new home studio and the only option for a room you’ve got is on the small end, then I’ll bet you’ve wondered:
Is this room TOO small?
Is it even possible to get good sound in a room this size?
Or is it a lost cause and you...
Have you ever wondered what a GOOD frequency response in a studio actually looks like?
Cause it's not like you see a lot of them floating around. Pro studios and acousticians definitely seem to like keeping 'em under wraps..
How much does it actually improve with treatment?
Have you ever looked at the frequency response of your room and thought:
Is this really what my room sounds like?
Is it really THAT bad?
It’s so easy to get worried that there might be a serious problem that you don’t know anything about.
How is there any way to trust what...
Are you getting enough low end extension from your speakers?
Or do they start to drop off where things get interesting, and you’re wondering if it’s worth upgrading to something bigger.
So you can really feel that punch in the chest and the bass in your gut.
Are you currently looking at a new space for your studio?
It happens so often. Home studios are usually actually in our homes after all. And if you move, well, so does your studio unfortunately.
And sometimes you get lucky and you actually have two potential candidates.
Does your room have a carpeted floor? Or are you thinking about putting down a carpet?
Because you often read that that’s one of the first things you should do if you’re just getting started with treating your room. And it does reduce the reverb in the room a little after all.