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 Post subject: High Frequency Problem
PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:53 am 
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Hi everybody , i just moved to studio where the owner was the victim of acoustician :(,
In the take room (17' x 22' x 8') all parallel walls but its 45 degree from the ceiling to the walls ,While i am recording i have a harsh high frequency (6k to 11k )and specially if i am recording a Choir it is more noticeable . And it is annoying . like you have sssssss and zzzzzz on the whole take .

The way the studio been insulated (Sadly) its existing concrete wall ,then 2 x 1/2" drywall , then 2" owen 703 insulation ,gap 2" and then the burlap .
The Whole studio done on this way , Except the floor (Hardwood laminated).

Please i need an advice how to eliminate the high frequency from the take room.

Thank you in advance .
Alex


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