Where to start?
Each room or acoustic space is unique. No two rooms have the same sound signature. The final sound you hear, or gets picked up by the mic, is dependent on a variety of factors. These elements include:
-Size & Shape of the Room
-Ceiling type and height
-Floor type and coverings
-Placement of windows & doors
-Furnishings within the room.
To begin a proper acoustic analysis of your room, we need to have this information.
So, a great place to start is by making a floor plan of the room (with dimensions and placment of furnishings indicated). Take some photos of the room and e-mail them over to us. (Or, you can fax or mail them over to us if you are 'old school').
We'll review your situation with you, ask about goals and budget, and come up with a recommendation.