In my previous posts I wrote about the planning process for building my acoustic treatment and refining the space and how I installed bass traps in the two available corners of my studio. In this post I’m going to show you how I built the rest of my broad-band absorbers. With my trihedral corners covered, The next set of treatment involved absorbing sound in the dihedral corners. The only ones available to build along were where the ceiling meets the walls. Following the success of the trihedral corner traps I used a similar design. I chose to fill the corners with… Read more »
The first bit of building for the acoustic treatment of Blueleaf Studio commences. I’ve started instilling the bass traps first as the low frequencies are usually the hardest to tame in any room, and are also the most crucial when it comes to mixing. You can read plenty of articles on bass traps on the internet like this one. I got shed loads of information from the acoustic and studio building forum over at gearslutz and from John Sayers Recording Studio Design Forum so check them out if you need advice. The first corners I decided to tackle were the “power corners”… Read more »
This is the latest track from my electronic chillout outfit, Dub Tek. We’ve got our London Debut at the weekend, really looking forward to playing some of the the latest tracks which are starting to sound really good now after much tweaking and twiddling! Please enjoy and let me know what you think Twelve Doors demo by Dub Tek on SoundCloud – Create, record and share your sounds for free.
Here is a flyer we’ve just produced for an upcoming gig. Did a bit of exploring in illustrator at the same time! Let us know what you think of the results, and hopefully we’ll see you at the gig!