microphone and amp for singing how to acoustically treat your home recording studio

by:Winbridge      2019-11-06
Articles on acoustic processing home studio, including how to produce standing waves, KRK Ergo, what a diffuser is, Bass issues, and how important it is to check the mix in different environments.At Music Production schools, colleges and universities in London, I teach acoustics and room processing.I also covered this topic in my own music production course at the Academy of decorative music.
With the advancement of technology and the improvement of computer processing power, the whole process of making hot records can be done in the home studio, unless of course you need a real orchestra!People with home studios often don't realize how important the acoustic environment is.We tend to be more excited about buying a shiny new synthesizer for a few hundred dollars than dealing with the room with acoustics.There are also aesthetic problems.My acoustic lecture at the University can be up to six hours, and sometimes it's hard to keep some music and less scientific content that students are interested in, especially when I start doing Libo.
If we are in a room small enough (control room or classroom, not lecture hall), a good way is to measure the distance between two parallel solid walls and try to produce a standing wave.You can determine the standing wave frequency of your room with this simple formula: V/2d = f V = sound speed (343 m/s) d = room size in meters (length, width or height) f = standing wave frequency.Other standing waves occur at the harmonics of the frequency, which is 2, 3 and 4 times the basic frequency, but it is clear that the higher the frequency, the less obvious they become.
Try it yourself.
Pick up the tape measure and use the oscillator in DAW.You need a solid parallel wall in your space.Libo is the reason why you can never see parallel solid walls in a professionally processed studio control room.
Neil Johnston KRK of Focusrite showed me ergonomics.Wow, what a small box it is (if it does what they say, of course it does ).KRK is a very trustworthy company.The first time I listened to the KRK monitor was when I assisted Mark spike stand in mixing Madonna at the Olympics.
He has a pair of KRK 9000 that sounds great.At that time, almost all monitors were passive and 9000 were passive.It seems crazy to me, but a lot of freelancers stuck around their chosen display, from one studio to the next, but just used any amp in the studio.
The activity monitor solved the problem.
I have a problem with the bass in my studio.I was lucky, the ceiling was high, but unfortunately I thought most of my bass was lost on the chandelier.I do have a bit of a bottom but far from my sitting position in front of the monitor.
I have dealt with my room behind my monitor and I have some bookshelves in the back that act as a good diffuser on the intermediate frequency.I can of course lose the chandelier and switch to a huge bass trap, but I don't think my girlfriend will feel that way!Frankly, I like my chandelier my high ceiling and the location of the studio, so what I'm going to do now is to stick my head into certain places before any waves spread by the bookshelf, check the bottom.Also, I checked in the car that was only in the driveway.
Not convenient, but I know a lot about the curve in the space right now and I can get it to work.So krk ergo might be a more convenient solution for me.It's like those Bose hifi systems, monitoring them with a microphone by throwing away a lot of test tones (interestingly, all frequencies are at the same time, and feed back the data to the software (Mac and PC btw ).
The box will then adjust your curve, and in theory you will get a more realistic curve in the position of the microphone.Gav said he could buy me one.I will reply to you with my thoughts and I am sure if it is as good as they say they will sell the barrel.Given that Bose has been doing something similar for the consumer market for years, I wonder why no one thought of doing it long ago, especially now that the home studio is making more records.
I would also like to know if the technology is better than Bose or if there are any patents.If not, the person I want to make these boxes in 2010 is not just KRK.I would like to know if it has any effect on Libo.
I didn't think about Neil at the time.
Oh, first of all let me stand on the waves here!
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