The present time of most music pre-production and production is often carried out in very small, privately owned, rooms, which are called ‘project studios’. Gypsum board technology is very common in the construction of these rooms because of high insulation capabilities compared to low monetary and time costs. The article discusses sweet spot impulse response measurements that have been carried out in 3 different but acoustically small rooms built with gypsum board sound insulating structures comparing it to a masonry built one. The room modal behavior is underlined, continuing with the analysis of decaying in time at low frequencies related to insights on perception and analysis. A different methodology of study is proposed.
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