The principle of acoustics of a recording studio
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    The principle of acoustics of a recording studio



    What an acoustic designer and engineer most should pay attention to is the location of the installation and the number of panels that should be used to have the desired sound. Bass Trps must be at an angle of 45 degrees and the seat of the room and Also, the location of the glass installation is well specified.
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    Re: The principle of acoustics of a recording studio

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