Originally Posted by Jens Eklund
I understand that you wish to promote your design idea, but please refrain to do so by claiming others to be completely incompatible with smaller rooms. One can create good LEDE style designs in small rooms as long as one takes care of the modal region (but this goes for any design concept) and if space is limited, presumably by using pressure based absorbers (possibly in conjunction with diffusers on the back wall). Just because some people makes errors implementing a acoustic design, does not mean that the concept is flawed.
When ITDG is smaller than about 12ms, or if back "wall" is closer than about 2m , LEDE won't works well as concept... at least from my experience, but YMMV...
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Better control room needs:
-a much smaller desk
-best possible position for loudspeakers and yourself
-a broader and thicker cloud
-a broader and thicker wall panels
-more super chunks in all corners
-a binary diffuser slats over proposed treatment
-to not expect "sensational" response