Professional studio facilities spend thousands, and sometimes millions, to build inspiring recording spaces that feature impeccable sonic performance without unflattering acoustic anomalies. They do this partly to provide a place to capture pleasing-sounding recordings, and partly to make sure that the final product translates well to listening environments outside of that particular studio.If you're using a spare room in your house, you're unfortunately starting at a disadvantage. But, fear not, there are some easy steps you can take to significantly improve the sonic characteristics of your home studio environment, for both recording and mixing.

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