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Old 03-03-2021, 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by j3ffr0 View Post
The treatments will help. Corner is the worst spot in the room to record from, but if you must record there, the treatment will help. GIK is good stuff; I think you will notice a difference.
The problem I see is that the corner will exaggerate the bass frequencies, while the simple acoustic treatment will only affect the mids through the highs. If you are using a high pass filter on your mic (like for recording vocals) this may not be an issue since the high pass filter will be cutting this frequency range anyway, but if you are recording full frequency range (like for solo acoustic guitar), the corner of the room will likely sound boomy, even with acoustic panels or hung blankets.
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