Hello all, welcome to my first post,
I have a small home studio and am in the slow process of improving the room (a spare bedroom in a 70 year old house - bricks, floorbaords etc).
I don't need astounding room fidelity or correction, just the obvious stuff so I have gone to the extent of building panels to mount on the wall (well, hang from the picture rail - the old boy is very anti-holes-in-walls)
I have two (one behind each speaker, which are closer to the end wall than I would have liked, but it's a very small room), made up of 2x2" exterior timber and celotex - Celotex Cavity Wall Board 50mmx1200x450 - Polystyrene Insulation - Insulation -Building Materials - Wickes
- which I intend to back with rubber foam (flight case kinda stuff, nice a dense).
These are wedge shaped - 700mm high x 400mm wide x 200mm deep, down to 50mm deep
My idea is to stop the reflections from the wall behind the speakers (space between speakers and wall - ~18") colouring the sound of the monitors themselves (two Tannoy Reveal 501a). What is the best fabric to cover this panel in? are dense fabrics better than open weave or vice versa?
Thanks for your help chaps!