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Re: Hey you studio recording people
the problem here is how much is too much.
i concur with claude, do a lot of research before
spending money on acoustic treatment, and then
think from the room shape inwards. sometimes a
little good woodworking can make a huge difference.
i much prefer a good sounding "live" space to a
totally dead one. i spent about two minutes in the
ircam anechoic chamber before running screaming
out of there... maybe it had something to do with the
bad case of tinnitus i have... 8-(
On Oct 21, 2004, at 7:22 PM, Don Makoviney wrote:
> Hey you home recording people.
> Have you had good experiences with Auralex acoustic foam products?
> I saw some on this site and thought the prices might warrant it:
> and I thought it might be a good investment for my home studio.
> Is there a comparable kind of stuff that is cheaper? Or is Auralex
> much the main thing out there?