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Post Subject: Large rooms, small rooms....Posted by Romy the Cat on: 8/12/2007

I think that problems you experienced in large room were NOT due to this excessive size but because they were poorly organized, partially the top of the room. Most of the large rooms are.

The larger rooms (the responsibly large) have some very powerful expressive means in them –longer reverberation time and it is the absolutely undefeatable property. I was trying to fight with it in my small room using my “Counterfeited RT60” invention around active delays channels, it worked very well, but make the setup VERY complex. In properly organized large room with decay time of I would say one second at 40Hz it is possible to get some very interesting results.

I am convinced that with application of PROPER playback setup techniques (very loaded phrase) the amount of problems in large and small rooms are identical but the large room can yield better ratio of benefits per efforts.

Rgs, Romy the Cat

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