Join 40K Readers and Get 71 Tips to Transform Your Muddy Mixes Into Powerful, Radio-Ready Records From Your Home Studio
Chances are you either have a home studio already set up or dreams of it in your head. Everyone today is able to create their own little recording space for their productions.
However, you don’t want your room interfering with what you are hearing and you don’t want to forget to set up your studio so that it sounds the best.
By treating your room acoustically, both with absorption and diffusion you will create better recordings and mixes. By reducing reflections and flattening the frequency response of your room to the best of your abilities, you will hear the instruments better; you won’t have echoes and reflections bothering your sound, and you will have a more controlled home studio.
Read the guides below to get a better grasp on how to set up your studio and make it sound the best it can be.
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