I’m looking for someone who is really knowledgable about acoustic treatment of small rooms that are to be used as a home studio.
I know the basics like placing bass traps in corners, adding panels behind you, to the side, on the ceiling and reducing reflective surfaces and windows.
I am however looking for someone who really knows their stuff in this department. Not just where but why you place panels in a certain place. How many do you need? What material? Difference between acoustic absorbers and acoustic diffusers.
We’re updating the MRC Live Studio with a new look and acoustic treatment will be a big part of this refit. I’n going to create a video series about this on YouTube so could be great exposure for the right person or company.
Take a look at a 2D and 3D render of our Music Radio Creative live streaming studio here. Let me know your thoughts on acoustic panel placements and any other room reflection reduction ninja tips! We’re open to changing the desk positions for optimum sound and anything else for that matter (apart from maybe the door and windows as that may be tough!)