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voidtunes 15th November 2009 05:29 AM

Can i make this work?
 
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I have planned this out so its suits the way I work but can i make it work acousticly? Proposed ceiling hight is 3.5mtrs.

Or does anyone have any cool ideas I could add before I go to the bank?
Of course I will be getting it properly engineered before I build but thought if I get a general idea now it saves me on the hourly rate later.
Any help is much appreciatedthumbsup

voidtunes 15th November 2009 05:37 AM

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voidtunes 15th November 2009 06:13 AM

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voidtunes 15th November 2009 09:14 AM

no one?

PaulP 15th November 2009 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by voidtunes (Post 4784406)
no one?

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Paul P

Ethan Winer 15th November 2009 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by voidtunes (Post 4784051)
I have planned this out so its suits the way I work but can i make it work acousticly?

That mostly looks fine, but having those angled walls in the rear of the upper CR is a bad good idea. Leave the corners square and apply plenty of bass traps. Rectangle rooms have 12 corners, not just 4. So treat all of those corners if possible.

--Ethan

voidtunes 15th November 2009 10:52 PM

Thanks Ethan,

I was thinking of starting the ceiling at 3mtrs on the front door side and pitching it to 4mts on the control room side. Good or bad idea?

Ethan Winer 16th November 2009 11:17 PM

Angled ceilings can be useful if they're very high. But in a room that size I'd just make the ceiling as high as possible everywhere.

--Ethan