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Please help with me understand my Measurements (small triangular room)
Old 2 weeks ago
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Please help with me understand my Measurements (small triangular room)

I have a small home studio which is used as a mixing room. I think the sound is very nice but a bit dull in the high end which is clearly visible in the frequency response. So what should I do? I thought about removing the foam but I removed a ton of it before which made no difference. I think the bass is alright but I would love to improve the high end. Would really appreciate any help. I also added some pictures of my treatment so far.
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Old 2 weeks ago
  #2
Since you have a REW measurement, please post it.

The foam stuff probably won't help improve your acoustics because your bass is pretty out of control.

Are the tweeters on-axis of the microphone?
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