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Don’t confuse “DEAD” and “DRY” room sound what sound engineers need to know

I think we’ve all heard the stories of people plastering their rooms with pyramid foam from Amazon. 

Maybe you were even one of the lucky ones to try such a masterpiece yourself..? (high five)

Then you’ll know how bad such a “dead” space can be.

It’s absolutely...

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Referencing on other systems won’t ever stop what sound engineers need to know

Do you sometimes wish you could stop the need for referencing your mixes on other systems altogether?

Maybe because whenever you listen to a mix in your car, or your ear buds, you dread the unpredictability of something having gone totally wrong?

Well, rest assured, you’re not the only...

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You can’t fix bass once the room is done what sound engineers need to know

Let me paraphrase an email I get about 3 times a day:

“Jescooooo the low end in my room is messed up, what do I need to do!?!”

“But I can’t move my desk, it’s way too heavy, and the room also doubles as my office, my wife’s hobby room and storage for my...

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Acoustic treatment IS NOT about good getting sound what sound engineers need to know

If you've been down the rabbit hole of treating your studio, then you know:

It's suuuuuper easy to get lost in the process.

Often enough it can lead to just giving up. 

Or maybe even worse: you end up obsessed about details that totally don't matter.

You endlessly turn in circles, trying...

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