Phi equals balanced acoustics


Golden Section Studio was built by Recording Institute Of Detroit to the ancient Greek proportions discovered to give “ideal acoustics.”  The result of using the Golden Section in studio construction is a remarkable “even” quality with regard to frequencies.  Your voice has pretty much the same frequencies present when you talk in any part of the room, the reverb has the same frequency spectrum as the direct sound.  Drummers love the way their drums sound and record in this room.  There is only approximately 33% of the surface area treated for acoustical absorption making this room quite live.  It is a great room to record a distant mic on a lead guitar

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When you enter the studio, you will see the large mural painting of Greek Olympic Games and an Amphitheater. The room can be used with either Control Room (Control Room C or Student Control Room).

~ by headcaver on January 26, 2008.

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