RPG Studio-in-a-box

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RPG Studio-in-a-box

Postby archive » Sun Apr 11, 2004 5:00 am

From: Catacol Records <andy@x???????xxxxxx.xx.xxx
Date: (Date Unavailable)
Subject: RPG Studio-in-a-box

Hi all!

I wonder if any of you guys have an opinion on (or first hand experience
with) RPG's Studio-in-a-box. It's a package that contains enough material
(acoustic tiles and bass traps) to treat a room up to 14'x10'x8'.
These are more or less the dimensions of the room in which we record.
Right now, the room is to "live" and I capture too much ambience. I am
really looking for a way to dampen the room without making it completely
dead or "boxy".
The thing is, I am a little suspicious of this "one size fits all"
approach and never had a chance to see or hear the product (being based
in the UK).
The general idea suits me perfectly, since I don't have much confidence
in my DIY skills.;-)

Would it make sense to add a couple of diffusors to improve the sound
further? Or do you think that any such off-the-shelf-solution is a waste
of money? Please keep in mind that we are not talking about the control
room. Any feedback would be very welcome.

Best regards

Andy
Catacol Records
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Postby archive » Sun Apr 11, 2004 5:01 am

From: perrault@x????xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
Date: Tue Dec 7, 1999 11:03 am
Subject: Re: RPG Studio-in-a-box

>,,,,,,,,,,The general idea suits me perfectly, since I don't have much
confidence
>in my DIY skills,,,,,,,,,,,,
>Andy

Well, you don't need a lot of chops to put up some 703 and masonite
poly's. You might want to give that a try before spending what seems
like a lot of money to me for a basic room treatment.

DP
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