Infographic: Guide To Improving The Acoustics Of Your Home Studio

This week I want to focus on improving the studio acoustics in your home studio.

Many of us start our producing journey in our bedroom. Recording and mixing can prove difficult when you’re working in untreated rooms such as our bedrooms.

While many would advise mixing on headphones as an alternative to counter the bad acoustics we have our room, the good news is that it’s still possible to improve the sound of your room with some acoustic absorbers, clever monitor placement, and some DIY sound treatment.

While you won’t get the perfect acoustics found in an expensively built professional recording studio, putting some time to treat your room will take you many more miles further into your music career. Without further ado, check the below for the guide to improving your home studio acoustics infographic

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