I have a room in my basement that's being set up as my control room. I work almost only with "classical music" production but the occasional pop track, post production and misc work also finds its way into here.
Dimensions: W 3,23 x D 5,92 x H 2,13 meters.
It's a terrible room as it's now and while I can't do anything about the dimensions just now I'd like to get it treated to be at least workable. I contacted GIK and Real Traps and got these recommendations. It'd be cool if someone would like to chime in with reflections. GIK Acoustics:
2 pair Soffit Traps (bass traps) stacked in the front corners of the room.
3 Monster Panels (absorbents), 2 Scopus T40 traps (membrane bass traps) , and 2 Q7D diffusers on the rear wall in a mixed array like this - MQMQM. That gives us a nice combination of bass control and diffusion. The Monsters will hang on the wall. The Q7D will sit on top of the 2 T40's.
2 244 panels (absorbents) on each side wall (4 pcs total) for reflections and boundary interactions.
3 244 panels on the ceiling as a cloud to help with the low height. RealTraps:
4 - MondoTraps (bass trap/absorbent) 1 per wall/wall corner @ 289.99
4 - MiniTraps (bass trap/absorbent), 1 per wall/ceiling corner @ 189.99
4 - HF MiniTraps (absorbent), 1 on each side wall and 2 on the ceiling, for Reflection-Free Zone @ 189.99
2 - HF MondoModules (bass trap/absorbent), on rear wall behind mixer @ 469.99
2 - Near Diffusors, on rear wall behind mixer @ 599.99 each
How do you view these suggestions? The monitors are ATC SCM50A SL Pro:s, placed on concrete blocks.
Thanks for any input!