If you’re setting up a home recording studio on a budget, then you may be searching the Internet high and low to find the best equipment for your control room. You have to think about bass traps, studio monitors, closed-back headphones, open-back headphones, condenser microphones, diffusers, and so on. But, what about the acoustic treatment?
Which acoustic panels do you need to get the most out of your equipment?
Perhaps you’re an amateur acoustic guitar musician or a budding voice artist. Funds for studio improvements are short but recording in your bare kitchen is also not an ideal option if you want to put your best foot forward. So, what can you do?