ATC SCM25 Studio Monitors – a quick review!

ATC SCM25 in studio

I recently had the opportunity to borrow some ATC SCM25 studio monitors, and of course I jumped at the opportunity. ATC speakers are made in the UK and come with a considerable studio pedigree. Attack magazine put the ATC SCM25’s on the top of their top ten: Best Monitors In my own humble studio I…

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Lundor Acoustic Panel – offices and boardrooms

The recently released Lundor acoustic panel is proving popular for modern offices and corporate environments. Often described as being “funky” or “cool”!! General noise levels in offices can often be reduced by using sound absorbing panels in areas where there are hard surfaces. Boardrooms utilised for conference calls often suffer from excessive reverberation that impacts…

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Room Acoustics – The first question is, what are you trying to achieve?

The first question you need to ask yourself before installing any type of acoustic treatment is: What am I trying to achieve? Generally speaking, there are two broad categories of acoustic treatment. The first is reducing the volume of harsh reflections and reverberation which are annoying to the ear in a wide range of situations.…

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Acoustic Foam – Flock coating to add some colour

Acoustic foam panels can be coloured or “flock coated” which is a soft fibre type finish similar to suede or velvet. The panels are coated in a thin layer of adhesive, statically charged and placed in a chamber where the flock is attracted to the foam. Coating has no adverse effect on acoustic performance. The…

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Vocal Booth on the cheap!

I get lots of questions about vocal booths, and the solutions are either expensive or a lot of work. If you need a quick and dirty vocal booth, this BT270-600 pressure zone trap configuration works great. The staple gun channels are what makes this possible.

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