Acoustic Considerations in the Design of Recording Studios
As in so many other fields of technical endeavor, so too in the field of studio acoustics improvements are constantly being made. This is true not only in providing sufficiently quiet enclosures economically in the face of a constantly increasing ambient noise level, but is true also in the ways and means employed to bring about a desirable reverberation characteristic within the studio. Last but not least, improved space utilization has frequently led to a more inspiring contact between various types of performers, such as vocalists and instrumentalists, called upon to work complementarily.
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