The aim of this paper is to present results of the acoustic modernization at the Wroclaw University of Technology recording studio. During the project realization, the focus is on the problem arising in one part of the recording studio—the so-called flutter echoes phenomenon. To minimize this effect we present a several-stage process in which the studio is accommodated to expect this occurrence. The first step was to make some measurements of acoustic properties in the room with the concentration on the previously mentioned effect. Next, a one-dimension diffuser was designed and placed in the phenomenon incidence. The last stage of the research was an acoustic measurement after modification and comparison with the properties before the changes.
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