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Discussion in 'Studio' started by Levitate, Jun 30, 2014.

  1. Djord Emer

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    I wouldn't call it a "studio" but there you go upload_2021-12-13_19-3-11.png
     
  2. No Avenger

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    I'd at least try to move the whole desk a bit away from the back wall, tilt the speakers and decouple them from the desk.
     
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    You need more discrete circuits on your gear, you have too many...."chips".

    Yeeeeeeeeaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!!!!
     
  4. Djord Emer

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    oh, don't get me wrong, I know the speakers set up isn't ideal, I usually mix and "master" using my open back headphones, my room is really small, untreatable (shaped like a square, there's no room treatment without unavoidable big compromises in my case, I'm afraid). But it's good advice there, I've been planning to do that for a long time now.


    I need more space bruuu aaaaaa :(
     
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  5. kokorico

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  6. BEAT16

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    If the width is no longer possible, you have to go upwards (build a loft bed) see model China.
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  7. prene1

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    My humble setup. Spent 2 years too acquire everything. Unfortunately just moved to a small apartment and can’t make much noise.

    My personal home front. Really small place I just moved into ( condo apartment ). 2 years of working 6 days a week for 16/17 hours straight.
     
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  8. harkermist

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    good fucking lord dude u better win a grammy with that setup or something
     
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  9. Lieglein

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    What did the monitors cost? :hahaha:
     
  10. Anubhav Ukil

    Anubhav Ukil Producer

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    Custom stereo 4 way setup.
    Crossover used is dbx Driverack PA2.
    Speakers and Subs are from Sonodyne.



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    The subs were heavy. So I had to build a reinforcement for the stand so the sub will sit in a Stable position.
     
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  11. prene1

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    That’s my goal. I do a lot of reamping of flat recordings I receive or itb files that needs some life.
     
  12. prene1

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    You laugh but I’ve mastered these monitors. Not a lot of people can sit and focus on ONE synth, drum machine, plug in or anything.

    They acquire 2TB’s of junk and can’t even complete one song. So laugh away.
     
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  13. Lieglein

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    I've never said anything about these statements there. :dunno:
     
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    My favorite and most used 'old school' rack. Just about every piece still frequently used, with the exception of a few spare MIDI interfaces ((eMagic and OPC 64X) and U-220.
     
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  16. Anubhav Ukil

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    I will share the Acoustic measurement details ASAP. It is just to show that an World-class and even better than A LOT OF COMMERCIAL STUDIO's acoustics can be achieved in DIY method if you know what you are doing.
     
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    This is my ambient Noise with the PC and the Air Vent turned On.
     
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    I know the speakers are not ideal (wall and floor) but with reference I'm able to get a good sound.
     
  19. Anubhav Ukil

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    Lets share some response.
    Shall well?

    So here's the Frequency response, from 20-200Hz, 1/48th smoothing. Do you think it's flat?
    Now here's frequency response of Listening spot, Randomly 6-8 inches left of Listening spot, randomly 6-9 inches right of Listening spot with both speakers playing. Check the 20-200Hz range. FB_IMG_1647781850652.jpg

    Here's the Left and Right subs seperately. Yes, I have 2.2Hz mismatch around 40Hz between two Subs, sadly. But I don't think it will matter.
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    Here's the Waterfall. The decay is extremely fast, as you can see, down to 20Hz. Also, all this is DIY design. FB_IMG_1647781861372.jpg

    And this is the RT60. FB_IMG_1647781888036.jpg

    I hope this is somewhat good response that too from a DIY Acoustics.
    I used HT Subs, dual PL300 subwoofers from BIC America.
     
  20. bluerover

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    current setup right now : Re-recording & mixing.jpg Quick Production.jpg
     
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