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The Booth plans you will receive has the following characteristics:
TO ORDER:When you order, please notate in the comments “Portable Booth Plans” your email address. I will send you a folder link on Dropbox for all the documents.
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The entire desk is an Air-Transparent Diffusor which renders the desk accoustically near invisible. The Desk plans you will receive have the following characteristics:
TO ORDER:When you order, please notate in the comments which desk ans your email address. I will send you a folder link on Dropbox for all the documents.
a short introduction of the services we offer and our design philosophy:
from small home studios to professional music facilities, these videos can give you a quick idea what is involved:
a series on how to build a studio grade microphone (1-10 parts):
John in interview with other professionals, bloggers or musicians:
This book gives you an insight on the history of music recording studios and guides you step-by-step on how to successfully transform a room in your house into a beginner studio, without compromising on sound quality. We cover the all important mixing room, booths, isolation, and of course, acoustics. We also show you how to build your own traps, diffusors, studio doors and windows. Speakers, wiring, and ventilation are also covered in this all-in-one guide.
The subjects covered (so far) are listed in the Table Of Contents below.The book is due to be finished editing very soon and will be a Hard-Cover A3 size landscape book of about 500 pages. The book will sell for about $300 to $350 USD and contain coded access to online material. A pdf version is not planned.
1. Acoustic Myths and Misconceptions2. DIY design is a Bad Idea3. Building Isolation – (sound-proofing)2.1 Base Noise Levels – Reference2.2 Doors2.3 Windows2.4 Floating Floors3. Control Rooms – The Heart of the Studio3.1 Room Ratios3.2 Room Shapes3.3 Control Room Acoustics3.4 Design Considerations – It’s Physics!3.5 Problem Equipment and Furniture4. Tracking Rooms4.1 Room Ratios and Shapes for Tracking Music and Voice4.2 Music Studio Isolation Needs4.3 Tracking Room Acoustics5. Music Recording Booths6. Voice-over Booths6.1 Size and Shapes6.2 Acoustic Control7. Foley and ADR8. Room Treatment Designs8.1 Broadband Absorption8.2 Broadband Absorption with Slats8.3 Helmholtz resonators8.4 Membrane Absorbers8.5 Diffsorbers8.6 Diffusors8.7 Gas Flow Resistivity Testing8.8 Absorption Coefficients9. Speakers9.1 Flush-Mounting9.1a Hard Flush-Mounting9.1b Soft Flush-Mounting9.2 Mid-Field Speakers9.3 Near-Field Speakers9.4 Sub-Woofers10. Electrical Wiring and Grounding10.1 Safety First!10.2 Zero-Loop Area Wiring10.3 Eliminating Noise Injection/Pickup11. Audio and Low-Voltage Wiring11.1 Impedance Balancing11.2 Speaker Wiring11.3 The Systematic Approach12. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning12.1 Isolation13. Day-Lighting14. Recording Studio Designs (PLANS!)14.1 Bedroom Studio (PLANS!)14.2 Basement Studio (PLANS!)14.3 Detached Home Studio (PLANS!)14.4 Professional Recording Facility (PLANS!)
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