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Recording studios acoustics are essential as the space is all about sound quality. Whether you’re making a podcast, carrying out voice over work, or creating music, you want to do so in an environment with good sound quality. If your recording studio lacks the right materials, it could suffer with reverberation that will distort sound and reduce the overall quality of your recordings.

Most sound issues caused by the surroundings you record in can be fixed in post-production, however having the right recording studio acoustics initially will save you the time and hassle it takes to fix the distorted sound while editing.

Our acoustic solutions are highly effective at absorbing sound and reducing reflections to create a perfectly balanced sound environment for you to record high-quality audio in every time. As well as improving the sound quality within the room, it can also help to reduce some sound transference between rooms, limiting disruption to your recordings and preventing you from disturbing others. Shop our wide range of acoustic products that are better suited for acoustically treating recording studios.

Most sound issues caused by the surroundings you record in can be fixed in post-production, however having the right recording studio acoustics initially will save you the time and hassle it takes to fix the distorted sound while editing.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best material for a recording studio?

The best materials for recording studios are ones that will effectively absorb sound to reduce reverberation and echo, creating clear sound environment to record in. Acoustic panels, bass traps, and fabric systems are great options for improving recording studio acoustics.

Where do I put acoustic treatment in my recording studio?

Where you put acoustic treatment depends on several room factors such as the type of acoustic product, the room’s size and shape as well the acoustic demands of the space. Generally, acoustic wall treatments are most effective when placed where sound reflects and in the corners of the room.

Products such as bass traps should be placed in the corners of the room and/or where adjacent walls meet to effectively trap bass frequencies.