great, didnt expect that much improvement
i followed Glenns (GIK) advise from this thread https://www.gearslutz.com/board/studi...-absorber.html
and just by walking around in the room i was floored by the fact how important rear-wall-trapping is :D
i did some sweeps yesterday and noticed 2 nasty 20dB nulls in the 70-100Hz area..
i have no ceiling cloud yet, so i dont know if posting measurements makes sense at this stage..
ill keep you posted with my actual layout and placement of traps n panels
I'm trying a similar thing with this same train of thought...
I've been trapped in a tiny bedroom for over a year and i'm finally moving into a place where i have more space to stretch. It's an odd-shaped room and I'm guessing the half circle wall works in my favour? Anyways, i'm open to any suggestions you might have and im happy to totally rework the whole thing if required.
I don't have a floor plan with exact dimensions and i can't measure until we are there in two weeks, but i have included estimations .. trying to make do with whatever i have to work with in preperation.
I guess I could consider reversing the room design..or will that make no difference?
The back ported yamahas will then fire towards the rounded wall in that scenario (rather than the vocal booth) ... I was hoping that the ikea basstrap would absorb some of the energy before it hit that wall in the previous design..