Are you having trouble finding the right bass trap for your studio?
You know you need more low end control, so you go online and you google “bass traps”. But there are just so many different products and designs out there and they all sort of promise the same thing!
“Best bass trap on the market.” “10x more effective than the competition.” etc.
And then you see the price and you’re like: “Hang on, before I spend any money I need to know that this is actually going to work in my room!”
Why is that?
Why is it so difficult to tell what all these different products actually do, and if they actually work?
Today I want to give you my main 2 reason why I think you’re having so much trouble finding the best bass trap for your room.
Then I want to show you a simple method you can use to figure out what kind of bass trap you are looking at and how it works, where to put it, how many you need, and help you decide if it’s worth spending your hard earned cash.