Damien wanted to convert his old library into a good sounding studio where he could record and mix. His recording equipment is housed in a set of racks as he often records on location. The main issue was that the treatment could be removed easily, leaving the library's shelves in place.
The room presented a number of problems, including a very high ceiling with an atrium creating a complex echo/reverberation in the space. We dealt with this by creating a very large suspended absorber sited above the listening and recording area.
The renewed floor was timber set on joists, so the Genelec 1037 loudspeakers had to be carefully isolated. This was achieved by creating large stands that would raise and angle the speakers, and using calibrated isolation mounts, prevent any transmission into the floor.
The main treatment was housed in the shelves which were deep enough to allow bass absorption as well as broadband absorption.
Damien is very happy with the end result.