Originally Posted by tyler1205
Let me know if I'm missing something...
In order for you to understand the trouble with corners, I suggest to run a low frequency test tone (for example 80Hz, vary it up and down), and walk around in your room. You will realize that the low frequencies will build up in the corners. Therefore corners are not a good place to do mixes.
Addressing wall reflection is important too. But usually bass trapping takes priority over reflection, and should be addressed first. Corners are good for one thing: bass trapping. Don't use them for your mixing position/setup.