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Newbee room treatment question after sonarworks.
Old 15th January 2019
Gear Maniac
🎧 5 years
Newbee room treatment question after sonarworks.

Hi all,

I am a little confused what to purchase in regards to getting my room a little better in shape for mixing.

As you can see on my sonarworks results, I have some steep peaks and drops around the low / low mids but my high end is dropping below 0db.

Does this mean I need to try 'add' high end to the room whilst sorting the low end?

Sorry if I'm sounding completely stupid.

Any help with materials would be great.
I'd really like to avoid blocking my whole window with my setup if it can be avoided.

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