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Re: Curved walls in recording studio

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Language Laboratories and Archives <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 30 Mar 2006 14:30:17 -0600

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At 14:46 -0500 30/3/06, John Loy wrote:
>recording .org has a lot of forums and references on this issue. It 
>is hard to tell from your drawing but curves are generally very bad 
>for sound (think of lens for light)

Well, that's what I tought.

>Your drawing however looks like a sharp angle very good for 
>recording rooms as long as it is a considerable ammount larger than 
>90 degrees.

The top line is supposed to curve down to the right, and then go to a 
straight line across the top. The other side of the wall are "pods" 
(in circles).

>I am not an acoustician but dabble in it as a little hobby. 
>Generally angles less than 90 degrees can be a problem. Of course it 
>can be fixed with enough auralex if you have the budget. But that is 
>not the best way to go about it and does not get the greatest 
>results. Good Luck!

Thanx.

Barbara

>John
>
>Language Laboratories and Archives wrote:
>
>>The Language Labs and Archives at the University of Chicago is 
>>undergoing major changes. One of the results of the latest floor 
>>plan is a recording studio (which can double as a class 
>>room/conference room!) with a curved wall: let's see if I can draw 
>>an approximation:
>>
>>
>>     x
>>     x   x
>>     x       x
>>     x           xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x                        x
>>     x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>
>>I don't think this is a good idea. If I am right, I need some 
>>support. If I am wrong, I will shut up.
>>
>>If this is not the right forum, could someone direct me to sources 
>>that can help?
>>
>>Many Thanx,
>>
>>Barbara
>>
>>Barbara Need
>>Manager (SS4), Computer Support, Archivist

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