Sonarworks Reference 4 Review

  Sonarworks Reference 4 review and explanation¬†of what it does. I can still remember my early days of recording in my parent’s basement. It was on a 4-track Tascam recorder back then. I’d spend so much time working on the mix: trying to get the low-end to sound deep enough without being muddy and the high-end crisp, but not too brittle or thin. Then, I’d mix down to a cassette

How to Soundproof a Door

How to Soundproof a Door When approaching the soundproofing your home studio, the door can often be the weakest link, and therefore the most critical to get right. While the walls, and even windows, can be airtight and sealed, the average interior home door is the one place with openings to the outside. Even that small space between the door and the floor is enough to leak out (or in)

Room Acoustics: DYI Acoustic Panels

In this post, I will give a brief history of my journey to understanding room acoustics for home recording studios; and, how I eventually ditched most of my expensive studio foam, and built my own DYI acoustic panels. Be sure to read my post on how I’m approaching my new studio design overall. In this post I go into detail about the layout for my space, including the initial thinking