How To Fix Acoustic Problems In Audio Mixing


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Fixing acoustic problems

Although it's always best to acoustically treat your room, that's not always possible. Here are a few simple things that you can do to instantly improve the performance of your playback system without using any acoustic treatment. Avoid placing the speakers up against the wall. This usually results in some strong peaks and low frequency response. The further away you get from the wall, the less it influences the frequency response of your monitors, and the smoother that response will be. Figure an absolute minimum of twelve inches, although more is better. Avoid the corners of the room; even more severe than the wall is a corner, since it will reinforce the low end even more than when placed against a wall.

But worse is if only one speaker is in the corner, which causes a response of your system to be lopsided on the low end towards the speaker that's located there. Avoid being closer to one wall of the room than the other. If one speaker is closer to one sidewall than the oth...

Fixing acoustic problems
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Fixing acoustic problems provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mixing Bootcamp

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