The two walls are acting like you are inside a speaker cabinet. Just be aware of this.
Very cool 3D rendering.
The Arc3 tech is built in
Thanks. I was hoping that can be an option. I just watched a video on placement that gave me some more clarity. I see myself getting settled with it over some time.selig wrote: ↑09 Jan 2021The question is more about where to put the listening position, because the sub position will likely be relative to that position. In your space you only really have two options for the listening position, where you have it now and the opposite end of the room. The sub will most likely sound best closest to th listening position, typically under the desk in the center. Leaving some room to move it front to back by a foot or more will give you multiple options.
I just went through this process in my new space, and was surprised how different things could sound with movements of a foot or so (i have a lot of space to work with!).
To me this sounds like your sub is feeding into different room modes depending on the root note and thus fundamental of the bass. you could check this theory by feeding in some low frequency/note and then checking the resulting volume level at different spots of your room.Mistro17 wrote: ↑YesterdayJust giving an update. My Presonus set arrived and I have them all hooked up. I set the monitors cutoff at 80hz and the subwoofer as well. Sounds awesome. I still have to play around with the settings to get the low end notes more clear but I accept the fact it will be a while of trial and error until I get it to taste. I also came to the conclusion it's better for me to test using songs I made in Reason vs the music I have on CDs from friends and the YouTube music videos I have because they all sound different. One song have awesome bass while the other is weak. So I figure it's more reliable to reference from raw sounds straight from my own source. I think youtube audio is hit or miss due to compression etc. from uploading. And CDs from friends are "treated" with the taste from the DJs. I notice a big difference. Any thoughts on this? I feel more confident to mix so much better now.
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