Most empty rooms have a very “live” sound to them when music is played. This can sometimes be a good thing, but in most cases, it makes for a very noisy rehearsal area for musicians. In this weeks project I explain the concepts behind adding “sound treatment” to a room and even install some acoustic panels and bass traps in my music room.
This room starts out quite “ringy” but once the sound treatment was added it ends up sounding a lot less “live” and a lot more listenable.
Follow along now and you’ll learn the basics of sound treatments.
Keep on hackin!