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    well i have been told that to get good recordings i need to sort out the acoustics in my room.
    I have looked at stockists of specialist panels and they seem excessively priced.
    Is there a way to diy (websites please!) ?
    Also what do i need to do to my room? (general faq?)

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    here
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    the search function is your friend
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    Go here, scroll to the midpoint in the page and READ READ READ. It will tell you pretty much what you need.
    http://forum.studiotips.com/index.php
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    The fabulous Naiant Mics, perfect for acoustic instruments!

    If you don't have DavidK's CD, you are a loser.


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    Smile

    Obviously the most important thing to do is cover all your walls with egg cartons.

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    Obviously the most important thing to do is cover all your walls with egg cartons.
    And then hang a fire extinguisher close by.
    alright breaks over, back on your heads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICK FITZPATRICK
    And then hang a fire extinguisher close by.
    And two exits.
    The fabulous Naiant Mics, perfect for acoustic instruments!

    If you don't have DavidK's CD, you are a loser.


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    and a Carvin.
    Maybe you can interface with my ass, by biting it.
    "It's hopeless. I can hear all this great music in my head, but my stupid hands can't keep up..."

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    thanks very much... ive got a lot of reading to do

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    just for the record..................DO NOT COVER YOUR WALLS WITH EGGCARTONS

































    i shouldnt have to say that, but people these days............you just never know
    when the dust all settles and all of us have gone our life ways, the only thing anybody will care about in those recordings is the content. The songs and how they are performed. - SouthSIDE Glen

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