I can play a test sine wave with my synth without hearing any noticeable buildup/drop down to 40Hz (from 40Hz down 30Hz the level decreases evenly).
My first room was treated with acoustic foam only and that was a dead room! It was plenty of bass buildups and super dull highs, very suitable for headphones mixes
And I don’t like too many distracting things, like plants, I even wanted to make all full black in the beginning
JBlanks saidI was thinking about replacing my 22” with a 27” (I’m not used to double lcd) because I’ll become blind very soon if I stay like this! And you recently commented on my very first track made in the new room
Really cool, Luca. My only suggestion is to get a second monitor (maybe because I edit picture so often I can’t imagine not having 2nd screen for plug ins and other junk while working) Maybe you have one hidden from view! I think your studio looks beautiful. Looking forward to hearing what you compose in there. congrats
promosapien saidI used headphones a lot, since I couldn’t trust bass too much (and I didn’t use speakers with a great low end), so now it’s a great relief for ears I only did one full mix so far and it came out quickly and nice.
Congrats on the studio. How does mixing in your newly treated room compare to what you started with 9 years ago?
Wow, great studio! Congrats Luca! Is this Adam s2x? They must add your studio right here!
Yes they’re the s2x, wow that’s an inspirational page for sure I’m gonna send them my pic right now!
@ MusicBoxStudios, the framework should be in PVC, while inside I think there is a mineral wool panel with an air gap. Bass traps around the listening position have a broadband absorption, while the ones behind listening position (back walls and back ceiling, which are not visible in the picture) have a membrane which help to reflect some mids and highs while still absorbing lows.
The small black foam ones on the ground was part of my old treatment, I just put them there because I didn’t want to throw them away
nice! i would love to see a thread where everyone shares pics of their workspace!
found this thread, maybe we can revive it
Nice thread now you can see how my studio was when I joined AJ, I had a 3mq room and a backache
I bought my first piece of gear in 2006 (a Korg Triton Extreme, which I sold few years ago btw) and from that day I decided I needed a properly treated studio with some good monitors, a good pc, good libraries and so on, in order to make a living from music.
It was a long road but today, thanks to Envato, I’ve finally put my last piece in my new studio: here’s a pic
Now the only downside is that I don’t wanna leave this room anymore