The reflections in your control room represents the sound of your room. What sound do you ideally want from your control room? Do you want all the direct sound or straight line sound from your speakers? Do you want to include the sound of the reflections from the room in your mix? If so, how much of the room sound do you want?
Room sound is reflections. Reflections from your room walls, floor, ceiling, and rear wall are all part of the sound of the room. It is present in all rooms and must be managed correctly, if you are to hear all the sounds in your mix. Lets identify the problematic room boundary surfaces that produce these reflections.
The recording for today’s webinar is now available. A big thanks to Dennis Foley and Acoustic Fields for putting on both this, and our previous acoustics webinar. Keep an eye out for future Designing Sound Discussion Groups for free presentations on topics you might be interested in. Check out some of our previous ones while you’re at it…you might just find something interesting in there. ;)
The webinar has ended, but a recording will be available in the near future.
Our second acoustics webinar, focusing on room treatments this time, with Dennis Foley of Acoustic Fields. Ask questions through Twitter using the hashtag #dsdgroom, post them directly to our Facebook page, or ask using the comments section at the bottom of this post. We’ll handle Q&A at the end of the presentation.
UPDATE: Another option for asking questions is directly in hangout, right here!
It took a little while, but we’ve finally been able to get this follow up webinar rescheduled for this Saturday!
If you’ve attended any of our previous Designing Sound Discussion Group presentation in the past (and have been anxiously awaiting the follow up presentation to last month’s with Dennis Foley from Acoustic Fields), you may be wondering where the registration link is. We believe we’ve ironed out the kings for the Google Hangout OnAir, and we’ve rescheduled it for this Saturday, at 1PM (U.S. Eastern Time). The webinar is still free, and you’ll be able to watch it right here on Designing Sound!
If you haven’t attended a Discussion Group before, this is a great one to start with! Dennis will be building on the presentation he gave in July, and helping us understand how to choose and place room treatments. This is a vital skill for any of us who don’t have the luxury of working directly with acousticians or acoustic architects. So, come right here this Saturday and be ready to learn. There will be time for Q&A at the end, which we’ll handle via comments in the presentation post and Twitter hashtags. As with all previous Discussion Groups, a recording will be available shortly after the presentation has ended. If you missed the first one, why not check it out right now?
Our presentation will begin at approximately 1PM (U.S. Eastern). We will take time to answer questions at the end, and maybe during the presentation itself. Please use the Twitter hastag #dsdgroom to ask your questions.