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Author:  CNavas101 [ Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:22 am ]
Post subject:  Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need help.

Hi, John and forum,

I wanted to know if you can maybe help out a few mates and I.

For our acoustics class, we have to write a 3.5 to 4-page paper on a studio or live venue of our choice.
We must write about things like acoustic treatment, isolation between rooms,
acoustic seperation within a room (if we choose a recording studio), the use of symmetry/asymmetry in a room, noise reduction (machine room),
etc

Are there any good resources, links, etc., to where I could find sufficient information on a particular studio/venue?

It'd really help us out a lot. We've been looking around and found some stuff here and there,
but nothing that could suffice a 3.5 to 4-page paper.
Thought maybe you'd know some places to look.

Thanks again, John.
Hope all is well.
Any help would be highly appreciated.


_Chris

P.S.
We must also turn in a drawn design of the studio/venue, so any resource(s) that include images would really help.

Author:  John Sayers [ Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:37 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need h

http://johnlsayers.com/Recmanual/index.htm

Author:  CNavas101 [ Tue Jun 01, 2010 12:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need h

thanks so much for the quick reply John :D

i actually checked out that page earlier and it's great,
but... our paper wants us to talk about a specific studio/venue.
we pretty much have to pick one and write about it.

some friends and i are finding bits of info on specific studios/venues, but nothing so far that can suffice a research paper.

the studio/venue doesn't have to be professional, but it can be.
we just have to have enough info on it to make a presentation and write at least 3 pages about it =)

do you happen to know of a link, youtube video, etc. to a studio/venue that has a good amount of this type of info?

thanks John,
and i do really appreciate that quick response.

p.s.
i came to http://www.lis.net.au/~johnsay/Pages/Studios.htm which was on your "Studio Plans" section,
and it is not going to the page it suppose to.


_Chris

Author:  John Sayers [ Tue Jun 01, 2010 1:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need h

Try now Chris - It's an old site from back in the 90s so it's probably got some glitches.

http://johnlsayers.com/Recmanual/Titles/Plans.htm

Author:  CNavas101 [ Tue Jun 01, 2010 5:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need h

thanks John!

hhhmmmm,
the link in the "studio plans" section still seems to not be working.

any other suggestions?


btw, thanks for taking the time to get back to me =)
it really helps a lot.

Author:  John Sayers [ Tue Jun 01, 2010 6:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need h

The links work for me - try reloading holding down control so you refresh your cache.

Author:  Mary M. Green [ Sat Apr 06, 2019 5:03 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Writing an acoustic research paper on a studio... need h

First, you should establish your research topic. Then you search for source and information. Write down main points on a paper and then assemble the related research under each. Prepare an outline of the main points. Then arrange them in a specific order. Then prepare the first draft. After that use footnotes or endnotes to document source then prepare a bibliography. Completing bibliography revise the first draft and proofread the final draft.
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