sorry but iv just ruined it didnt I? game on
Most of us here are so used to that particular watermark, we eat, and we sleep, and cant help to hear it, sometimes it even plays tricks on ourselves, when you jump up thinking youv just heard it on Mtv in a local pizza joint.. And spotting it in that video was easy, if you watch from the beginning
I want to see Boba’s face when he receives an email from youtube saying:
“Due to a copyright claim, you are no longer monetizing the following YouTube video. It is still playable on YouTube, but the copyright owner could choose to show ads on it.”
how I got it? The system is so vigilant that it flagged my own videos with my own music…ahh, anyway…
Greetings fellow authors, Spartans, I found another video, this time nice and popular, about VW Golf Mk1 1056HP vs Yamaha R1, where the editor chose not to pay for music of one of us, even though the channel could easily afford it.
Instead of flagging it, I thought we could just give that man some nice piece of informative text in his comment box about what he did, how he did it and why it is wrong, cheap, unprofessional and as it turns out, irresponsible ://Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=108&v=GVpj_lof6Us
Wait wait congrats from me too
Having a completely dead room was my main concern, that’s why half of the panels are actually reflecting mid/high frequencies (but not the ones at the first reflection points), thanks to a membrane under the fabric. I like how it sounds
I can play a test sine wave with my synth without hearing any noticeable buildup/drop down to 40Hz (from 40Hz down 30Hz the level decreases evenly).
My first room was treated with acoustic foam only and that was a dead room! It was plenty of bass buildups and super dull highs, very suitable for headphones mixes
And I don’t like too many distracting things, like plants, I even wanted to make all full black in the beginning
Whatever works for you man! Those plants will be fine without sitting there;]] as for the nice and flat response you got going on in your studio, Devid Brent would have gone, “professionalism is.. and that is what I want”
boomopera saidI would remove the top and the bottom panels from the side walls and leave the middle panel there.
looking great but from the size of it and the amount of padding I guess its proper dead acoustically no? plus there is no windows…no natural light coming in…no plants Great effort but cant imagine spending 2/3 of my life in similar room. I like plants
I dont know but Luca might have already been there and decided to put more padding cause the room this size demanded it. With a bigger room like 5m wide, 6m long and 3.5m tall you would get away with padding only first reflection points, few corners and thats pretty much it, you might even be safe and work fine without tilting the ceiling.