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Recording Tips for Engineers, 3rd Edition by Tim Crich

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CHAPTER 8Control Room Setup

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In the studio room, opening wall panels, moving baffles, laying out carpets, and hanging blankets are common methods of altering the acoustic space for your specific needs. In the control room, the opposite is applied. The room response is set and predicted. In a properly treated room, the reflections are minimized so sound reaching the engineer is not colored by the influence of the room characteristics. The environment remains consistent to accurately monitor what is being recorded and replayed.

Control Room Analysis ...

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