Post by matheusqqueiroz on Sept 13, 2018 20:22:03 GMT
I'm just finishing my home studio and I'm having problems with bass frequencies. (the exact middle spot of the room sounds like I have a high pass filter on). I did install Some acoustic panels already but I need to install the remaining panels that I have left. I used rock wool with 64 kgs density. I couldn't find rigid fiber glass here in Brazil.
here are some pictures of my studio right now. I installed 2 panels on the ceiling, 1 panel on the back wall, 1 on the right back wall and one on the right first reflection point. (all installed panels are 1.20m x 60 cm) I think my biggest problems are the entry door and the bathroom doors right on the left speaker. where should I install the remaining panels? should I cover the corners? should I make bigger panels instead of a thicker ones? (I also have 4 panels that are 60cm x 60cm but twice as thick)
The middle of the room front-to-back always has a deep null at the lowest mode frequency (37 Hz in your 4.6m room), and a peak an octave higher. So that's never where you want to sit while listening! Your panels are made from the right material, but the traps in the corners need to be twice as thick. You also need thick panels on the rear wall behind you. More here: