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How to treat room for acoustics with L Shaped Corner Desk??
Old 14th September 2018
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How to treat room for acoustics with L Shaped Corner Desk??

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This is the current desk I'm working with, and it's located right in a corner of my room. In my recording studio class, our textbook and professor was very clear that in order to get great and accurate sounds while mixing, a desk should be located in the center of a wall so that treating your room for acoustics will be more efficient. However, not only is my desk a corner desk, neither side reaches a center/middle of a wall.

My question is, if there is a way to properly treat my room for acoustics with regards to my mixing monitors (my monitors and computer are located on the longer side of the desk), what is the route for this?
Old 14th September 2018
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Get a mic for room calibration measurements and record some rest tones at your listening ear level to see ware there are nuls and boosted frequencies in your room. then tune and treat until it goes away.
There are no set thighs to do. as all rooms are different, even if they are the same shaped,. There are many variables to take account with.
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