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Need help prepping a place for show

Discussion in 'Working in the Music Industry' started by EioN, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. EioN

    EioN New Member

    Hi I am going to be playing a show at an upscale car / garage and lounge in LA he wants me to set-up in the garage itself (I'm going to be playing dubstep - hold your jokes)

    I need to know a good / cost effective way to make the room sound its best

    its pretty much just 4 walls, concrete floor that is coated in some sort of scuff resistant material, roof has a slight arch to it.

    I'm afraid that its just going to sound like a bathtub and I need some good ideas to help make sure the sound stays direct and doesn't become a complete wash.

    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. georgelegeriii

    georgelegeriii Senior member

    Since no one has commented, I can suggest this:

    Head down to your local fabric store, buy a bolt of felt fabric (Black is a good color), make a number of 6 ft by 6ft squares of the fabric (or use the bolt width as the square size), and somehow pin them against the walls.

    I have my studio in a loft that is concrete, it's the cheapest and best looking way I can get the sound under control.
     

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