This is the third instalment of my series of videos about building a “home mastering studio” in my garage. Part One is here and Part Two is here.
This episode is all about acoustics – or more specifically, acoustic treatment.
(But I’m not using acoustic “foam” – there are better-performing, more cost-effective and better-looking alternatives.)
As I said in the first video, I’ve known all along that the room isn’t an ideal shape, and so treatment would be vital to reduce the impact of resonances and reflections on the sound of the monitoring.
This has proven to be even more true than I expected – but the final results have also turned out even better than I’d hoped for, so I’m delighted with the results.