how does your studio sound?


Sound absorption and even sound proofing (a bit more expensive and more tricky) are usually on the front or back of most voice talents’ minds. Why?

Because in spite of the authority and brilliance we convey on a daily basis with our magnificent voices we collectively are not all the audio technology experts you might assume us to be.

Well of course I am but that’s also because I am also a grotesquely rich, tall, good looking, male model.

But since you are not me and thereby not flying on the same mind foggy ego wave that I do you might be interested in this piece of news.

Auralex Acoustics has conceived a new way to help a voice talent part with their hard earned money to be both consulted about and then one has to assume a consumer for their acoustic products.

They have a plan to do off-site room acoustics analysis and on-site (way more expensive).

Depending on your circumstance, it might be of benefit to you to check it out here.

If you use the service, let me know how it went. If you decided against it, tell me why also, if you would. Thanks.

2 Responses to “how does your studio sound?”

  1. My room is dead, thus my monitors do not present necessarily what others hear. I am working on getting a pair of JBL LSR4326 monitors with Room Connection which should calibrate them to my room…more to learn and understand but that’s what I’m thinking at this point.

  2. Brian:

    I’m so sorry to hear about the death of your room 😉

    Please let us know how the monitors work out. I’ve not experienced the model you’re talking about so I will be interested to know how that goes.

    Thanks for visiting,

    Best always,
    – Peter