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Requirements to Acoustically Prepare a Recording Studio
Sound recording and listening rely mainly in the acoustic characteristics of the environment. Places specifically build for a specific application (music recording, conferences or concert rooms) must have the right acoustic quality. In this way, listening an acoustic signal in a room, generally is affected for different elements, inherent to the room, like reverberation, echoes and resonance or the lack of them, the sources sound coverage, etc. All these elements go with the main signal and affect stereophony and intelligibility.
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