I work for a group at my university that does videos for bands brought in by the University radio station. We've got a small control room set up and over the break I'm helping to redesign it. I wanted to get some feedback on the best way to treat the room, as it is rather oddly (and unfortunately) shaped. I'm a bit new to the field of acoustics, and while I've done a lot of research and calculating room modes and such for rectangular rooms, I'm not skilled enough to figure out how this shape skews things. If you have any suggestions or tips, they'd be greatly appreciated!
Dimensions: 10'6"W x 14'6"L x 7'6"H with an additional space on the 14'6" side measuring 10'6"W x 9'8"L (I know that's vague, but the pic should clear it up).
In the smaller rectangular space there will be a video control desk, so the console desk will go (if you look at the picture or the model) at the far end of the main room, by the door to the closet. Let me know if more info is needed, and thanks!