If you've shot your room, please show us the results, and some context: room specs, treatment, etc.
Here's mine: - a shitty 10'x20' built-in basement room. Sheetrock is 1/2" on cheap, metal studs - desk/monitors face the length of the room, with montors 8" from back wall - monitors are Pelonis Model 42 (bought from RGO classifieds from a stratboy ). Best monitor decision I've made. - These are point-source, active, Tannoy drivers, externally bi-amp'd. - The drivers are small, so the amp has a built-in low cut at 70 Hz. This is a definite plus in my crappy room -- the sheetrock just vibrates with anything below that. I use my HD600 to check the bottom octave. - I've treated the listening area 10'x10' (front/sides) with home-made, nested, acoustic corner panels and double-layers Producer's Choice acoustic blankets. They rock! - the back area (10'x10') walls are lined with junk...err...diffusers
I'm pretty happy with the results of this sweep. The lines represent the room response of the left and right speakers.
Last Edit: Nov 29, 2023 16:41:13 GMT -6 by plinker
meant to post this earlier but every time I went to my studio I had something else on my mind and forgot to grab these... only to find out I had them on a USB stick the whole time. this was done with REW. 2 different sets of monitors - Dynaudio BM6A mkii and then Fluid FX80. 1/12 smoothing (I think less resolution smoothing makes everything look better?). it's been a couple years - that's all I remember right now! oh, and my studio is 19'x25' with 10 ft ceiling base that are vaulted in the center (to 15') . 2x layers of 5/8" sheetrock (overlapping seams) on 2x6 joists (standalone building) . I had drums (with lots of snare drums) and guitars, and other stuff probably ringing in the room at the time lol.
Last Edit: Dec 7, 2023 14:39:43 GMT -6 by doubledog