Just moved to a new house and I was able to convince my love to convert the HOLE basement into my third recording studio. I'm going from a single room approach to a 3 room studio. One room will be dedicated to acoustic drums, though not an ideal room for this, I would like to make the most of it.
It is a typical basement bedroom with drywall on walls/ceiling and engineered wood on the floor. Funny thing is there are two bedrooms side-by-side where the connecting wall was cut to insert two 36 inches bi-fold doors... that next room will be the Vocal/guitar/recording room. Nice... I can have a bigger or smaller recording room when I Please.
Lets keep this simple and pretend the bi-fold doors aren't there. I have a 12X12 drywalled room with an 8 foot ceiling. I have a nice thick rug covering 70% of the floor. What would be ideal to control acoustics in there to get a good natural sounding recording without the awe full boxy reflections ? (not trying to isolate sound… no need to keep things quiet)
I'm in Canada and OC 703/705 is not easily available. My source for acoustic treatment panels/supplies will most likely be Acoustic Panels by ATS Acoustics, since they have a warehouse in Canada it will be cheaper/faster to get the stuff.
Thanks four your comments and help!