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How to Build a Small Budget Recording Studio from Scratch ... With 12 Tested Designs Paperback – May 1, 1988
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And when you find out that this option amounts to around $3,000.00, and the author concludes: "this option represents the very minimum defense against the effects of early reflections, the minimum of bass absorption and the minimum of rear-wall diffusion. Much potential improvements remains."....you start wondering about the "budget" he's talking about in the title.
I wish he'd mention the fact that a big couch or a heavy love seat can make for a great bass trap, that pannels of 703 or 705 fiberglass covered in burlap fabric make much greater absorbants than foam for much cheaper, and that a cluttered shelve makes for a great diffusor....
The rest of the book is filled with mathematical equations and tables and graphs that lack some clear explanations. The book is discouraging at best, boring and not reflective of it's title.
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I have used this to design our studios here in Tampa, Florida and am sending this one to our radio station in Togo, Africa. Read morePublished 4 months ago by BBI Brett Pruden
While everything in the book is informative and accurate, it is dated.Published 20 months ago by ThunderingEarl
This book gives very easy to use small budget studio building details. I was able to build a portable studio for a decent price.Published on September 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I thought it was going to cover the entire aspects of the recording studio including the suitable equipments, unfortunately it was just directed toward the construction. Read morePublished on January 14, 2007 by Ramadhanny Herlambang