If there was ever a set of misused terms in acoustics, then it’s "near field", "mid field", and "far field" speakers. Don’t get me wrong. There’s a useful distinction to be made between various sizes of speakers. But it actually has nothing to do with what near field and far field … [Read more...] about Near, Mid, Far Field Speakers: Why you should(n’t) care.
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. Usually you have two … [Read more...] about Upgrade to bigger speakers or get a sub?
I recently spoke to John of darko.audio, a blog and Youtube channel on all things high-fidelity speakers and improving listening room sound quality. Now my focus here on Acoustics Insider is on audio professionals and improving the sound in home and project studios. But John's just a cool dude … [Read more...] about The 3 Big Wins Of Studio Acoustics With Jesco Lohan On darko.audio
You know what? Podcasts are great. It’s insanely fun to do them (especially if you’re the one being interviewed ?), and you get to share A TON of great information in a really short amount of time. This time around I got to speak with Mike Indovina on his MasterYourMix.com podcast, along side … [Read more...] about Jesco Lohan On The MasterYourMix.com Podcast
I'm sure you've heard the advice that you should always, and under all circumstances place your speakers at some apparently magic distance from the front wall. If you've tried it and found that it sounds like crap, you're not alone! In fact it's such bad advice, that I decided to finally, once and … [Read more...] about Acoustics Insider Feature On SonicScoop