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  1. REW Forum
    Hello I use REW for teaching and this issue constantly arises. When analysing the RT60 of an impulse response a certain frequency range will show zero reverb time (see attachment). I am very familiar with REW and am quite sure I am doing everything correctly, though maybe not ;) Has anyone...
  2. Home Audio Acoustics
    I just found this, and I find it interesting that THX uses no diffusion and apparently uses absorption on all wall. I would think that the room would be too dead, but it does make sense to me for strictly watching movies. What do you think?
  3. REW Forum
    HI! i did a series of RT60 measurements in the AM studio (announcer's booth) i am evaluating and found out that the reverb time for frequencies around 100 ~ 400 Hz tend to be quite larger than those of other frequencies, around 0.2s~0.3s. i got around 0.1s ~ 0.2s for other frequencies. is this...
  4. SPL Meters | Mic's | Calibration | Sound Cards
    i would like to know what the optimum reverb time is for an audio studio (typical AM booth) with dimensions 2.6x2.73x2.58 meters. i read a number of sites but mostly just say something about auditoriums and stuff with no particulars on dimensions and frequencies. the reverb time depends upon the...
  5. Pro Audio
    It's all in the title: how do you use reverb when mixing? I noticed that I just use less and less of "real" reverbs , I mean the ones you can actually hear in the mix. I more and more end up with only a few early reflections and short delay to get a bit more volume. I do however feel that...
  6. REW Forum
    Hi, This is a fantastic forum - it made me think. A lot. :) Well, I present you: a challenge. The main problem: reverb/echo. Not extremely bad, but definitely the key thing to improve. 38Hz peak (with no Audyssey on) would be second on the list. Otherwise, the frequency response is fairly...
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