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19th April 2012
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Studio design advice

I have a new room to work in and looking for some advice on where to go next.

I have a nice Mac/ensemble rig a pair of NHt 00 and rockit 8s with a 10 in Krj sub. I also hve some acoustic panels an a few bass traps as you can see in the pics.

I guess I'm thinking I need a better space To accurately track vox and guitars while making. I want to make sure I can track and make mixes thy will. As accurate as possible an translating into the real world. Being comfortable w eq and mix decisions I'll try and post some pics do you can see why I'm working with.
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Here are some pictures. Please let me know what details I can add that would help make any advice. Thanks in advance!
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I guess my post isn't eloquent enough. I typed it on my phone which explains mispelling. I didn't put any more detail because I wasn't sure If anyone would help.

Any thoughts as to why no one is answering ?
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Space

Nice busy looking space. It may sound just fine as it is, who knows?
Are you experiencing some problem?
You could learn how to measure the room acoustically, Zip the file and post it here. Then we could 'be there'.
http://www.gearslutz.com/board/studi...er-v2-1-a.html

You could also buy books and/or read through the reference sticky.
Or hire an Acoustician. They are no more expensive than musicians.

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