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Old 1st September 2010 , 12:51 PM
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After looking at a few houses i've come up with a cunning plan for placement of my desk, the space for recording vocals and treatment.

This is the rough layout of a 20' x 10' room that'll have to double as a living room :-



I plan to treat all 4 corners with bass traps, and whatever absorbtion is required for the walls. The main concern is the placement of the desk off centre, although it's got the speakers away from the wall, and also firing down the length of the wall. I've also come up with the idea of using the 'dead' space behind the desk to place the vocalist/mic stand.

The small detail on the wall at the top of the room is a window, and at the other end of the room is a set of french doors. Both could easily be covered with heavy curtain.

Any ideas on this as a layout?

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Old 20th March 2011 , 04:23 PM
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6 months have now passed so I guess you have done something. You say that the speakers are away from the wall but your drawing shows one almost touching a wall. Is that not a problem? Secondy, did you end up with the desk, monitors and seat off-centre in the room?
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