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Hi all

I have a 10' x 11' x 10' high room which I have converted into a recording studio. Yes, yes, I know. Those dimensions are fatal to any change of a flat response for mixing/listening. However, I spoke to Dennis Foley of Acoustic Fields and he told me to get lots of foam to cover almost 80% of the walls - and the ceiling. Also he talked me into making four bass absorption cabinets 5' x 2' x 13". And yes, they take up room but the crazy bass energy was diminished greatly. A couple of days ago I moved all the parts around to get the speakers away from the three walls - back and two sides. I am now going to measure the signature with REW.

My speakers are Yamaha HS8 8" Powered Studio Monitors sitting on IsoAcoustics isolators sitting on carbon filled 39" MDF stands.

Perhaps there are others here on the same quest - I've got plenty to learn as well as some experience.

All best SAM
 

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It's not SIR Studios, but if it works for you that's the only thing that matters Sam. Welcome to HTS...
 
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