We're currently in the process of building a new studio, and have finished all floors, walls and ceilings. (Everything built from scratch as rooms within what used to be a storage area).
We are now putting in glass in our live-room to let natural light in and to make the studio experience less "dark and boxy" for the musicians. This means that one of the walls in the studio will be made more or less completely out of glass. This is (of course) not acoustically ideal.
What we have decided to do, is to create a bass trap construction underneath the entire wall/window, which will effectively create a box upon which the windows can rest. This lifts the "glass wall" appx 70cm from the floor. However, there is still another 230cm to the ceiling from the top of the box.
In order to help on the acoustic side of things, our goal is to mount the glass in an angle which will make the sound reflect towards the ceiling (and its diffusors). This should at least be a lot better than a 90 degree angle on the sound source.
Now the question is, how much should we at least angle the window, and has anyone here dealt with a situation like this before? Any help, thoughts, ideas appreciated. Please see attached file for details on our live-room.