The London 12TM Room Kit
This kit comes with a complete set of audio performance advantages including a recording studio, a high performance texture set and an easily mountable hardware set.
This set is made for rooms that measure up to 50 square feet. These can be used along with other design kits to deal with the effects of large open spaces.
This kit comes with Broadway panels which are considered the ultimate solution to fixing reflection issues, standing waves, echoes and flutter; even excessive bass quality.
Auralex Audio Room Design Kits
This kit is designed to remove, echo, slap and flutter from an audio projection space. This kit is a good choice for taming the tendency of sound waves to group. It solves the common hot spot and nulls in an audio room. Diffusion is an audio control dynamic that Auralex uses to expand the so called sweet spots in audio spaces.
Most people who need to use audio rooms do not have the freedom to design them in the preferred styles and convenience. Here is a quick run-through of the options one has to make the audio room close to what is required want if it cannot custom be designed . The starting point for choosing a good audio room design kit is getting to terms with the fact that every object lying in the room has an effect on the sound dynamics. Some of the items cannot be moved. Such items as window types, flooring texture, walls and influence the perception of sound within the room. It is possible to simply remove or shift some items and change the sound dynamics in a room. Once this is achieved by shifting, replacing and moving items, it is time for acoustic treatment.
Note that if one is restricted to the use of a single room, they cannot do anything about the shape and size Look out for very reflective surfaces. Such surfaces will turn around the expected sound quality. It is not unusual to hear the sound one makes bouncing right back. Such complications make audio mixing a real disaster and frustrating. . However, there are options to change the status quo. One option t solve the dilemmas is to use curtains; in case the room has large windows. Note that wide glass surfaces exposed to the audio projection areas also, negatively, affect the sound quality. In fact, even using blinds to cover glass surfaces on windows improves the sound quality to a large extent.
One rule of thumb in selecting audio room design kits is that mirrors and glass surfaces, including any reflective items should be avoided in the audio room. This principle applies to floors and walls too. Therefore if an audio studio has marble, glass or other shiny and reflective finish, inherent texture or quality, and there is little that can be done to change it directly, adding a carpet can go a long way in containing the sound distortions.