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Acoustic treatment on angled room
Old 3 weeks ago
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Acoustic treatment on angled room

So I'm planning on starting building my own home studio. The room I have available is kinda large, but is not rectangular and have a 10 degrees offset. I want to record and mix/master in this room, but i didnt find any information about acoustic treatment in angled rooms, so I want to know what are the best options for me. Also, the ceiling has a pattern of archs, and it's build of bricks, making it an irregular surfac. This, somehow, helps with the acoustics?
I attach a plan of the room (no exact measurements) and a photo of the ceiling (280cm of height).
This is my first post, tho!
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Old 3 weeks ago
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Do you work professionally?
Old 3 weeks ago
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Nope. I'm just starting to take recording, mixing/mastering and producing more seriously, and, eventually, do it professionally. But I want to start as good as possible.
Old 3 weeks ago
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The locations of the door(s) in your room aren't drawn in. Length-wise I would say you have enough space. Width-wise not so much.

If you want to do it professionally, you'll probably be wasting money trying to make rooms like this work without a professional room in a room build.
Old 3 weeks ago
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The blue line represents a window, the brown lines represent doors, the little cube is a bathroom. I know the room it's kinda weird shaped, but it's the only room I have available and I want to make the best out of it. Do the angles interfiere that much? Also, width is 3.55 meters, the drawing is not that accurate.
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Old 3 weeks ago
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The pros in here will probably tell you how much you of your room you'll have to sacrifice if you give them more infos -- where do you live, how much isolation do you need...
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