Rooms

Like many people, setting aside a room to become a “Home Studio” inevitably involves a ton of compromises.  These are usually because the room was never intended to be used as a Studio.  It won’t have perfect acoustics, it won’t be the right shape, etc etc.  So how do you address these problems?    Studying acoustics can set us on the way to improving how the room performs. 


What are the typical problems?  

  • Excessive bass and low frequency responses
  • Constraints on speaker/monitor positions
  • Acoustic reflections from walls, floor, ceiling

 

Test of MS Word

Testing publishing direct from MS Word. Particularly how to align images with text.

 

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Listening ‘n’ Hearing

…. Are not the same.  We hear everything, all the time.  We really can’t stop hearing.  But we have to choose to listen.  This site is about sounds, noises, acoustics – “Fuiam” in the Gaelic.

So lean back,  listen to the audio clips which will be appearing on this site.  Read the blogs and updates.  And enjoy the “Fuiam”

“All You Need is Ears” — George Martin

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