[LAU] DIY Drum Booth
moshwe at gmail.com
Sun Dec 7 00:45:55 UTC 2014
I also use this book alot, but it's more on the practical side.
I like The Master Handbook of Acoustics by Alton Everest. This if you want
to delve into the theory.
Any case good luck.
On Dec 6, 2014 12:20 AM, "Bent Bisballe Nyeng" <deva at aasimon.org> wrote:
> Hi Gerald
> I used the book "Home Recording Studio: Build It Like the Pros" by Rod
> Gervais when building my own drum studio a couple of years ago.
> The book goes into a lot of detail about wall dimensions and which
> materials to use.
> I personally learned a lot from reading it - and the room I built based on
> the instructions works fabulously :-)
> Kind regards
> Bent Bisballe Nyeng
> On 12/03/14 20:53, Gerald wrote:
>> I recently moved with my Band (www.jimson-drift.de) into a new
>> rehearsalroom. I'm thinking of building a drum booth especially for
>> recording. Can someone point me to the right literature? I'm interested
>> Physics of room acoustics and would like to first understand the problem
>> theoretically (that means the math). I want to understand the
>> distribution of the acoustic modes of a given room in order to
>> optimize/minimize their amplitude, as well as the
>> reverberation/reflection aspects of different materials. Just want
>> deeper insights to plan the booth.
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