In a control or mixing room, we can create an A=B=C ratio. That means that you create an equilateral triangle between the speakers (often two) and the listening position (1).
Acoustic panels on the side walls near the listening positions are important for eliminating the initial reflections, as well as on the wall behind the speakers (2).
By adding absorption on the ceiling above the listening position, as well, ideally combined with carpet, we have now created a "reflection-free zone" (3).
With bass straps in the corners, you can make low frequencies sound better (4).
You can also place wall panels on the rear wall. Keep panels from hanging directly opposite other panels. That helps avoid distortions (5).
With diffusion panels on the side wall, you can add a little more spaciousness (6). This is particularly useful in mixing rooms with two adjacent listening positions (see example).
EASY Noise Control provides professional solutions for optimal acoustics and sound insulation in listening rooms, recording studios, and home cinemas. For the best sound in the room and the least amount of noise outside the room (soundproofing studio), from traditional soundproof foam to acoustic design elements.
Choose acoustic solutions that seamlessly integrate into your interior or go for striking design solutions.