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Application of Varying Architectural and Programmatic Requirements to Audio Recording Studio Acoustic Design
Very rarely do two recording studios or media facilities (audio, video, radio, etc.) end up being the same in terms of architectural/acoustical design. This brief paper is an attempt to identify how some varying architectural and programmatic requirements contribute to this seemingly never ending universe of varying architectural/acoustical designs. Architectural differences in facilities will naturally make designs different.
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