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Hello guys, I have been asked this question many times "how to create echo barrier?" . Hence I am putting out here for any one who would like to know how it is done please visit [SPAM LINK REMOVED] for detailed information on this question and much more.


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kentwodisk wrote:
Hello guys, I have been asked this question many times "how to create echo barrier?" . Hence I am putting out here for any one who would like to know how it is done please visit ... for detailed information on this question and much more.

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I have been asked this question many times "how to create echo barrier?" .
Strange, but nobody has ever asked me that question, and I've been involved in acoustic design for many years!

It might help if you explain what you mean by "echo barrier", and why anybody would need such a thing in a recording studio...

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