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Zak Threadgill
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For those who want the "Ideal" situation to record in... No doubt is a well treated room that kills both high and low frequencies

Without seeing and hearing your room I can only make educated suggestions.  I recommend doing research into "acoustic treatment" to gain a more in depth understanding if you want to REALLY treat your space perfectly.  

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The advice I'm recommending is VERY general and there are people who specialize in acoustic space treatment.  I'm going to share what I know to the best of my knowledge.

Our biggest enemy:  Flat a parallels surfaces because sound bounces back and forth easily. So lets address those problems.

1.  Lay down a carpet provide texture if the floor is smooth like hardwood floor

2.  Treat your walls with 4 inch thick panels.  These will absorb a lot of the sound

3.  Treat the ceiling if possible.  Even some 2 inch egg crate foam will work for the ceiling

4.  Fill in gaps with extra 2 inch panels/foam until room sounds dry

We want THICK acoustic panels for our walls to absorb low frequencies and we want SOME 2 inch panels to absorb higher frequencies.  

In most situations you don't need to cover the room door to door in foam but a few evenly spaced acoustic panels on each wall goes a long way. 

The final piece is finding something to cover the ceiling.

Below are two samples of using room treatment.

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