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Old 22nd October 2019
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Here for the gear
 

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Symmetry is important from the listening position forward. Whether you face the window or the left wall you will probably have different masses to your left and right.:
This is my main concern for now. What is the best listening direction. I'm attaching a picture from the room. Actually the ceiling gets higher as it gets away from the window.


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I should have also asked what the floor sits on. Is is solid, like on the ground? Or with a void underneath?:
It's on the 1st floor but i will add insulation between the 2 floors.


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So, no recording. That makes it a little bit easier. But mastering, I doubt it but it would be better if a studio designer or someone who has had a mastering studio chips in.:
Everything is in the box.
My setup is just a pair of Eve sc207. Much different from what mastering engineers use i guess. To be honest the production and mixing are more of a priority.


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DIY bass traps also count as proper ones. Be careful of marketing talk if buying premade as some are sold too thin to work as bass traps.:
Good to know. Internet is full of tutorials, but if you have some that are a must read, please send me a link.

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That just leaves two unanswered questions:
How much isolation i need? Not sure how to answer this, as my priority and main question is how to get the best listening result from this room. This also affects the isolation question i guess.
Budget will start with about €200-€300 to begin and then make necessary adjustments for the future.
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