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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Isolation from Noisy Neighbors

Controlling unwanted reflections in a studio is a much simpler task than keeping unwanted noise out of a studio.

Unwanted noise can come from the guy who lives upstairs or next door, cars or planes passing by, a dog or bird outside, sirens from a passing emergency vehicle, and much else. If you’re recording loud rock or pop music, a little outside noise may not be a problem, but if you’re recording a soft vocal or acoustic instrument, these noises can become very frustrating. If you live in a brick, stucco, or concrete structure, you are less likely to have problems with noisy neighbors, but even then problems can come from windows and doors, or perhaps you live in an apartment where the outside walls are concrete ...

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