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This is where you can show off your home studio. This is also where you can ask questions or give advice concerning room treatments.
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This is an interview between Bobby and Warren. This is what the tag line says.
Hi Friend, many of us as engineers overlook the importance of acoustic treatment, and thus fail to maximize our room’s potential. Treatment is crucial, especially since digital technology has brought recording and mixing to our bedrooms, basements, garages, etc- all of which are less than ideal acoustic environments to begin with. Recently, I had the chance to chat with Bobby Owsinski, author of The Studio Builder’s Handbook
(among many others), about acoustic treatment and speakers with regards to his book. Many of Bobby's books have become a part of audio school curriculum!
I have watched hours of Bobby's videos. I am subscribed to his Podcast and if you have some time, I suggest you do the same.