Zach Ashcraft: Glenn, thank you for providing so many education resources! These videos are great
ernst de waal: would this happen if you completely soundprrof the walls? if it's a perfect square room and it's soundproofed would you still have the echo?
Mark Parris: Great practical video. Is there an ideal listening postion within the room (distance fromm front wall - mix editing position) and (distance from rear wall for vistors listening postion).
Michael Cheek: But where is the door!
Milotic Music: HOW DID YOU CREAT THIS?
chinito: Hi Glenn what about the center channel in a home theater should I use an absorption material also for the first reflection point? Tnx
Glenn Kuras: Yes you where ever you can see the monitor in the mirror is where the reflection point is. Let me know how it works out for you.
KEZOSON: im having trouble understanding the mirror trick.
I've been told this trick a few times and never understood it.
so i sit in my mixing position in front of the computer - and i have a friend drag a mirror monitor heighth along the left and right wall.
would i see the monitors from all angles of the wall?
Glenn Kuras: Sure spacing the panel from the wall is always a good thing, if you have the space for it. Our panels though have a built in air gap so you can mount them flat to the wall.
Jack Bixby: Isnt a bass trap more effective being mounted 4 inches of the wall (if its a 4 inch bass trap)?
Glenn Kuras: Thanks Daniel.. Glad that you found it helpful.
daniel bryan: a clear and informative vid, guys. thanks.
Dharmendra Chakrasali: Finding Early / First Reflection Points in your mix room.
Glenn Kuras: Thank you. We also have a article talking about early reflections that get a bit more technical.
mtbdudex: Nice basic info w/o getting into technical detail.
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