Studio Acoustic Treatment 101
How to Get Started with Studio Acoustic Treatment for your Recording Space
Creating a home recording studio acoustic treatment plan is completely overwhelming to most people. Few companies will take the time to walk you through the complicated process of studio acoustic treatment. Audimute is different. Our customers typically want to know what to do, why to do it, and how to do it. Our acoustic specialists will take the time to help you prioritize your needs and find a solution to maximize the results whatever your budget. To get started, read through our Buyer's Guide for Home Studio Acoustic Treatment to get a sense of what you may need to begin your project.
Audimute has spent years helping musicians, recording professionals, facilities managers, and home audio enthusiasts solve problems using acoustical panels. See what our customers think about their home studio acoustic treatment here. We've learned that the difference between a successful studio acoustic treatment project and an unsuccessful one is often determined by the professionals you choose to work with. Make sure any company you work with:
- Has extensive studio acoustic treatment experience
- Understands what success sounds like to you
- Will work with your budget when creating a home recording studio
- Understands low cost acoustic treatment, not just expensive, high-end studio acoustic treatment
- Explains every option for acoustic treatment
- Has an excellent reputation and product guarantee
Your Studio Acoustic Treatment Can Transform Your Experience of Sound
Music generates sound waves which freely travel through the air unless they are stopped by quality studio acoustic treatment. Properly treating your space with acoustic panels will give you the power to control the sound and tune (for lack of better word) the room. Absorbing many of the mid- and high frequencies to keep them from bouncing off the walls thus reducing echo and distortion from reverberation. Sound absorption with acoustic panels effectively treats problems caused by high frequencies (cymbals, upper notes on a keyboard) and middle frequencies (guitar, sax). Low frequencies (bass guitar, drums, low notes on a keyboard) are more difficult to control, and using 4" panels (bass traps) in corners is a good place to begin.
A home recording studio acoustic treatment plan can contain low cost options and still be very effective.
- We work with home recording studios all the time
- We carry many low cost acoustic treatment solutions
- We are musicians too - we understand studio acoustic treatment
- Our low cost sound proofing is always environmentally friendly
Take 2-3 minutes and fill out our free acoustic analysis form. An acoustic specialist will review your information and call you back within 1 business day to offer personalized advice. This advice is free and no commitment is required. Get started by clicking the image below.