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Postby Soundman2020 » Thu, 2019-Sep-19, 22:58

Welcome!

This forum is a place for people who want to design and build their own recording studios, where they can share experiences, document their progress, ask questions, learn, and help each other out with advice.

It is also very appropriate for people with other types of acosutic problems, such as churches, performance spaces, home theaters, offices, shops, houses, audiophile listening rooms, or any other place that needs good acoustics.

Feel free to browse, comment on other threads, and certainly to post your own thread about your place.... but please read the forum rules first! (click here)

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Postby Avare » Fri, 2019-Sep-27, 05:43

Congratulations! And thank you for the welcome!

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Postby Soundman2020 » Fri, 2019-Sep-27, 15:01

Wow! Andre is here! This is great. A very warm welcome to you, Grand Master of Acoustics! :thu:

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Postby recaro19 » Wed, 2019-Oct-09, 11:24

Hey Stuart!

Thanks for the welcome. I got in touch with you over at GearSlutz and have taken yet another set of measurements following your guide. I think I did it right this time so will post for you soon!

Look forward to documenting my progress.

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Postby Soundman2020 » Wed, 2019-Oct-09, 12:20

Great! I certainly do remember your thread over there, and I'm real glad you made it over here too. Welcome again!

It would be great if you could start your own thread here, on the new forum, about your room problems and treatment issues, as this is where I'll be concentrating most of my efforts. I'll still be on other forums occasionally, and I'll reply on your thread over at GS, for sure, but this is my new "center of operations"!

In fact, I'm going to create another area within the forum especially for you to get started, since I realized that there's no specific place here for people who already have studios, don't need to design one, don't need to build one, but do need to treat one that isn't working so well!

So, here you go! The brand-new, completely unused "RECORDING STUDIO TREATMENT" area. and you have the amazing privilege of being the first to post a thread there...

Click here for the new "Recording Studio Treatment" forum

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Postby recaro19 » Wed, 2019-Oct-09, 17:02

Soundman2020 wrote:Great! I certainly do remember your thread over there, and I'm real glad you made it over here too. Welcome again!

It would be great if you could start your own thread here, on the new forum, about your room problems and treatment issues, as this is where I'll be concentrating most of my efforts. I'll still be on other forums occasionally, and I'll reply on your thread over at GS, for sure, but this is my new "center of operations"!

In fact, I'm going to create another area within the forum especially for you to get started, since I realized that there's no specific place here for people who already have studios, don't need to design one, don't need to build one, but do need to treat one that isn't working so well!

So, here you go! The brand-new, completely unused "RECORDING STUDIO TREATMENT" area. and you have the amazing privilege of being the first to post a thread there...

Click here for the new "Recording Studio Treatment" forum

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Awesome! I'd be happy to post a new thread here. The one at GS is bit messy and out of hand anyways. I went back and forth a lot trying to understand where to start so would be good to start a new fresh post. Let me make sure i get everything in order and i'll post for your later tonight.

Look forward to working with everyone and sharing knowledge!

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Postby Purelythemusic » Sat, 2019-Oct-12, 19:06

Thanks! I look forward to learning, so grateful for such a resource!

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Postby Soundman2020 » Sat, 2019-Oct-12, 21:23

Purelythemusic wrote:Thanks! I look forward to learning, so grateful for such a resource!
Hi Tom! And WELCOME!!! :thu: So glad you made it here. I'm looking forward to seeing your build thread... :) I think I already know that this is gonna be a hell of a ride, with your major isolation needs...

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Postby Kpgushue » Mon, 2019-Oct-14, 01:04

Hey new member here. My name is Kyle, ive been a pro audio engineer for 12 years, hobbyist for 20. I built my first home studio after getting Rod Gervais book around '06. I learned from my mistakes and have done 6 studios and one home theater since. My best work was done at Traid Recording, [url]triadrecording.com[/url] both in studio construction and engineering.

Anyway, looking forward to learning over here. Cheers!

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Kpgushue wrote:Hey new member here. My name is Kyle, ive been a pro audio engineer for 12 years, hobbyist for 20. I built my first home studio after getting Rod Gervais book around '06. I learned from my mistakes and have done 6 studios and one home theater since. My best work was done at Traid Recording, [url]triadrecording.com[/url] both in studio construction and engineering.

Anyway, looking forward to learning over here. Cheers!
Hi there Kyle, and Welcome to the forum! :thu: Glad you found us, and joined up! And with six studio builds under your belt, hopefully you'll be able to share some of your expertise with others too. In fact, if you'd care to do a thread about one of your studios, documenting how you built it and how it turned out, that would be great! So feel free to do that, if you'd like. It's always useful for first-time studio builders to have reference builds like that to help guide them.


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