What is the problem? Poor room acoustics in your studio will result in a distorted reproduction of music, resulting in poor recordings. This is due to too many hard (reflective) and too few soft (absorbent) surfaces on the walls, ceiling, and floor. But even with (wrong) acoustic adjustments, the room acoustics can still be insufficient. On this page you will find a range of products that you can get started with, possibly with our advice.
What is the solution? A good basis for improving studio acoustics is to equip each of at least two walls for one third with absorption panels containing a minimum thickness of 25 mm (40 mm is recommended). With this basic approach, the worst reverberation problems will be reduced and the worst flutter echo problems solved.
If there is no carpet or floor covering available, equip the ceiling with absorbent surfaces for at least 50%. Again, in order to achieve a good result, use products with a minimum thickness of 25 mm, preferably 40 mm or thicker.
Can't figure it out? Do you still experience 'reverburation' after having read our tips page? If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us via the contact page, and add some photos that explain your situation. Ask a short question via WhatsApp or visit our store.
Below you will find all products to improve the acoustics in studios