Thanx Glenn, and thanx for the extra fix also Dan.
Well i am about 14 hours into operation pancake.
And for anyone new to the concept of SBIR (Speaker Boundary Interface Response- Moving speakers around LITTLE by LITTLE to flatten response at listening point)
and you are a little unsure if it can help, well it CAN halp a TON.
I am head to toe in fibers now, not even bothering with the gloves anymore ( NOT NOT ADVISED - COVER UP)..
And through moving and re positioning rocksilk and the monitors, I have changed this...There is no smoothing on any of my readings:
I am by no means done.I will tweak a bit more for the bass and then move on, i must install the ceiling traps before i know anything, but you can se it does work..
ONE ADVISE i can give to anyone out there who can't mover there speakers but have a problem in the 100 - 200 area
...Try something like this:
Putting that panel across my floor corner and speaker stand made this:
All those nulls have reduced a alot
I have gather a load of data (that sounded so geeky)...hahaha
I got alot of stuff (better) to share when i finish the studio, its mall and combated things like drywall, unfinished brick wall, AND the studio is not in the middle of the room...
When its done i will show the .. Stuff
Cheerz for all the help and input until now everyone, i really appreciate it.