|Originally posted by Fledz |
^^^Does the fact that it's got a slanted roof do anything really funky to the sound? I see you have treated it at the back but how was it before?
I had my speakers backed to the slanted roof at the start. I had to place them far apart from eachother. The stereo image was strange and it sounded hollow. Later on I decided to make a 90 degrees turn when I got the desk I have now. It was a major improvement. After that I added the foam to take a bit of the reverbation time in high freq range. I also added some foam on the opposite wall. Each step has been a major improvement thus far. I've been working like it is for quite a while now, and can't say with 100% confidence if the roof is causing problems. But when I decided on the 90degrees turn the improvement in sound was great due to the different placement. So at least it's way better than it was before .
Surely the slanted roof does something with the sound, mostly standing waves occur less from my knowledge, which is a good thing .
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