Got great monitors (Genelecs and good ol american KRK´s), but due to moving out of studio into shared bedroom (with spouse) the acoustics suddenly suck (so do my mixes). No treatment allowed - I don´t want our bedroom to look like a studio.
Of course, the sound is now all over the place, making it impossible to make really good mixes. Solution - rethink monitoring setup.
* Using headphones takes the room out of the equation but creates other problems (no cross-talk in stereofield, etc).
* Using bandlimited monitoring (auratones, avantones, behritones) defeats at least unruly bass and scattered treble in untreated room, letting me focus on midrange. Problem - no bass and treble!
* Solution - the compromise; using headphones in conjunction with bandlimited monitoring!
Question: Does any of you bedroom warriors work this way? Does the theoretical solution seem fruitful to explore further emprically?
(If noone answers, I will try it out for myself anyway and come back with my findings