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Room Acoustics
Old 13th July 2018
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Room Acoustics

I wasn't sure which topic this will fall into but..

My master bedroom has a gigantic window and right in front of it, I have my workstation.

I'm planning to make a couple bass traps because I can't afford absorbers/diffusers yet and I was wondering if the window is going to cause a
problem substantial enough for an intermediate.

If so, what can I do acoustically for this large window of mine?

I attached a semi accurate room measurement.
(I'm referring to the one on the right. The room on the left is the washroom)
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