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Old 20th July 2016
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Room size for my studio

Hi
I'm renting a qubicle room For my mixing studio.
Dimensions are 3.75m * 3.75m * 3.75m,
I know it's problematic.
I treated it very well with absorbent, but I still suffer from some low frequencies inaccuracy. I can't adjust the bass and kick in a actuarte way, it's always in the mist. It's really hard getting immediate results

I have an option to move to a new room which is a little bigger:
H 2.62 m
W 3.28 m
L 5.77 m

I'm not sure if these dimensions are really better and will really give me the accuracy im looking for.
Can anybody with experience who knows this subject, can tell me If it's worth the effort of relocating? Is there a way to calculate if this room is right for a mixing studio?

Thanks
OL

Last edited by OL303; 20th July 2016 at 03:20 PM..
Old 20th July 2016
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The length and the width are pretty close to being square so it would not be great. Also it is pretty narrow which is not helping. Having a cube room is about as bad as it gets though. I personally would keep looking to see if you can find something better (if possible).
Old 20th July 2016
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Originally Posted by Glenn Kuras View Post
The length and the width are pretty close to being square so it would not be great. Also it is pretty narrow which is not helping. Having a cube room is about as bad as it gets though. I personally would keep looking to see if you can find something better (if possible).
Hi glen thank for your reply
Please look against at measurements I'm not sure you got it right as the w is 3.28 and length is 5.77
metric, does this count as square, sorry for asking I'm new to this.
Thanks
OL
Old 20th July 2016
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I am looking at the height and the length. 2.77x2
Old 20th July 2016
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I am looking at the height and the length. 2.77x2
Yes H is 2.77 and length is 5.77
W is 3.28
So maybe you mean 2.77 is too close to 3.28?

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