in fact nope if "Yous" don't want to... I just ask a few Q's.
here's the case:
The whole room is tiles (also the ceiling), except the floor that is laminated wood with a very small air gap and concrete below. There is a 2x1m studio window at the front. Front left corner has a 45º cut with bricks and also has a studio door. Left wall has a big old door in the middle, width is 1,20m; up to 60cm is wood, then glass up to 3m. Back wall has a 100x60cm window almost in the corner.
I already have a light 2,50mx1,20m glass wool panel in the middle of the right wall at middle heigh and some light panels covering about 1/3 of the ceiling
I plan to build a false ceiling as a big trap. 10cm rock wool and between 30 and 70cm air gap to the tiles if I do it straight and don't follow original ceiling angle. Also I'll build 3 different size super chunks for the remaining corners.
My main questions are:
¿How to change the geometry enough to avoid modes in 3D? With the super chunks cutting the corners will only remain about half of the 4meters front wall to back wall distance (almost equal to L/R and height) just where the studio window is (angled and 10cm deeper at least). I think I'd like to have an absortive front wall (did not like my last control with reflexive front wall) and possibly a trap in that wall is enough to change the relationships. or am I mistaken and traps don't change the room measures/geometry?
Will this amount of rock wool suck too much miss and highs?
40kg/cm or 70kg/cm would be better? ATM I'm more concerned with having the lows under control. I believe that later I can add some reflexion panels if necessary.
I didn't measured it yet, but ATM is empty and it sounds strident and boomy. I plan to track and mix.
thanks in advance