Acoustics of Audio/Video Rooms

In a room dedicated to one or a few related functions, the acoustical treatment can be tailored to a few applications, achieving excellent results. However, in many cases, rooms must be used for a diversity of functions. It is not practical to design separate rooms for each function; instead, one room must be designed to work acoustically well, with some compromises, for many functions. This is often the case for rooms used for audio/video postproduction. For example, in these rooms, these activities may be considered: Post recording, digital sampling, MIDI, editing, sound effects (Foley), dialog replacement, ...

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