How Sound Works (In Rooms)

DM60

Well-known member
This can help many new people to understand why so many on this board talk about your recording room:

I think this could be a sticky. You can re-post as just the video, but it is a nice simple video that explains a lot and does it well.
 

Tadpui

Well-known member
On an unrelated note, where do I get a disc firing nerf gun? I might need to illustrate some acoustical properties to my unsuspecting wife and dog :D
 

jimmys69

MOODerator
Smaller rooms really will not benefit much from diffusion, though this does give a basic concept of how the problems arise. I wish it went into room modes and corner traps for lower frequencies...

This is more of a 'live recording' setup. But still informative either way.

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On an unrelated note, where do I get a disc firing nerf gun? I might need to illustrate some acoustical properties to my unsuspecting wife and dog :D

Yesss!!! :)
 
Just one note: Also small rooms benefit from diffusion if done correctly. One can use a 2D-Diffusor to quicker scatter the waves. This is a second class solution though. Absorbtion should be used instead and adding artficial diffusion with reflections. In a german forum a user discribed this method. He has a signal processor and a lot of loud speakers. Some directly point of litte diffusers.
 

Snowman999

Active member
This can help many new people to understand why so many on this board talk about your recording room:

I think this could be a sticky. You can re-post as just the video, but it is a nice simple video that explains a lot and does it well.
That was great.
 

JoeOkun

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This can help many new people to understand why so many on this board talk about your recording room:

I think this could be a sticky. You can re-post as just the video, but it is a nice simple video that explains a lot and does it well.
This is a fantastic piece of demonstration. thanks for sharing this!
 
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