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Guide To Improving Home Studio Acoustics [INFOGRAPHIC]

There have beenLeaps and bounds in music technology over the past decade; giving the run-of-the-mill musician a new found set of applications and musical suites at their fingertips.

This has seen a sharp increase in the number of recording spaces popping up in domestic dwellings. A pair of cheap monitors, a budget microphone and some clever configuration of increasingly intuitive recording programs is the usual plan of attack for those forgoing the professional recording experience in favour of a DIY-approach.

It takes more than a random arrangement of recording equipment in a granny flat to create a studio that will actually sound good, however.

The bog-standard room has a more nuanced sound environment than one might think - with acoustic ‘modes’ and building design and integrity threatening the quality of a recording. 

The infographic below from Resonics provides a guide for how a few careful considerations coupled with some decent handywork can take your humble home set-up into something just that bit better.

Click Infographic To Enlarge. 


Jeremy is the head of digital content for UK-based acoustics company Resonics, who specialise in resolving acoustic issues for commercial interiors.

Guide To Improving Home Studio Acoustics [Infographic]

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