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We measure - objectively and subjectively - the amount of reverb in our shop and treat the issue with Elgato's new acoustic panels. Now shop videos won't sound like crud!

 

 

 

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I really want to get some panels but I am worried about the flammability of the panels . I am concerned about putting flammable panels on wall and ceiling.  Do you know if the one LTT thinking of making will be ?

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Since the quick brown fox "jumped" over the lazy dog, I have no idea how these microphones and acoustic panels handle the letter "s."

James, please get Linus to re-shoot this video to address the vital question of what the room sounds like when the fox "jumps" over the dog.

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6 minutes ago, JCHelios said:

Since the quick brown fox "jumped" over the lazy dog, I have no idea how these microphones and acoustic panels handle the letter "s."

James, please get Linus to re-shoot this video to address the vital question of what the room sounds like when the fox "jumps" over the dog.

wouldn't the "s" sound be already covered by the x in "fox"?

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1 minute ago, Red 🙂 said:

wouldn't the "s" sound be already covered by the x in "fox"?

Phew, crisis averted. 😌

Actually, the Internet tells me that the thing we want here is a "phonetic pangram," which attempts to use all the English phonemes. For example:

 

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Workshop videos are always favourites of mine 🙂

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Great for those using it for a business, even a home business like 'successful' streaming.

 

However the average joe wanting to cut down reverb for personal use, movies and music, and the odd stream now and then, would be better of just using packaging foam, and other DIY methods. It works and is a whole lot cheaper.

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"he sings this while he's holding things over expensive equipment"
Seriously, that's the thing you worried about the most and not the fact your paycheck is hanging in the balance too? lol... Not to mention if he dropped the light plastic pieces unless there is an exposed highly calibrated part below him doubt anything would have been damaged if he dropped it... Now if he dropped himself onto the equipment, that's a different story, rip equipment.

 

Personally I like the fact the removed the issue, wished they did it sooner tho...

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I'd love to see these tested in a bedroom setting. Cover most of one wall and see before and after what you can hear through it. Or find/do something else and show it off for that, it'd be more.. I don't want to say relatable but more what the average bro would need it for.

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19 hours ago, SolarNova said:

However the average joe wanting to cut down reverb for personal use, movies and music, and the odd stream now and then, would be better of just using packaging foam, and other DIY methods. It works and is a whole lot cheaper.

If you want to make sure a single spark will burn down you entire building, cover your walls with packaging material. 

 

23 hours ago, James said:

We measure - objectively and subjectively - the amount of reverb in our shop and treat the issue with Elgato's new acoustic panels. Now shop videos won't sound like crud!

To even out the absorption, especially for lower frequencies, add an air gap to future installations of these panels. 

 

http://www.whealy.com/acoustics/PA_Calculator/index.html

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20 minutes ago, Biohazard777 said:

video

First thing reminded when i saw the title of this topic.

The topic is about "hush-hush" ... but otherwise I have not concluded on any other connections.

... but I'm no expert.

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On 9/25/2021 at 7:28 PM, PartyingJoe said:

I really want to get some panels but I am worried about the flammability of the panels . I am concerned about putting flammable panels on wall and ceiling.  Do you know if the one LTT thinking of making will be ?

Watch the video. They weren't sure about this so set a butane torch (or something similar) to it and it seemed to fare pretty well. I'd say everything else in your room would catch fire before those do.

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The specs and price on these seem very compelling for enthusiasts and streamers. Sure, DIY-ing could be cheaper, but with this ease of installation it is a competitive product. Hopefully other brands will follow suit and launch more designs to compete!

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As an audio engineer I have to say. Reverb might cause standing waves, or rather reflections do, but the sound of reverb and the sound standing waves cause are 2 completely different things both subjectively and scientifically.  I really think LMG needs a real true audio person on staff.  With all the "RIP headphone user" jokes that even they say themselves.

FWIW:  Standing waves happen in rooms with parallel surfaces, where the reflections interact with the originl wave as they pass through each other.  It's an issue with the resonance of the room.  The reflections interfere with the original sound and the wave form will cancel each other out at certain frequencies and create a very physical "node" somewhere in the room where you will actually completely lose certain frequencies, even if you are standing there and listening with your ears (which makes mic placement very crucial), Standing waves refer to the frequencies that end up reinforcing each other in the reflection rather than cancelling each other, and they tend to sort of vibrate around these dead nodes in the room.  Sort of like plucking a string, holding it still in the middle and having each half vibrate around it.  It's hard to describe, but usually what you'll hear in that kind of situation is boomy bass frequencies, and other weird artefacts in the sound referred to as "comb filtering"

You can hear these things demonstrated very easily by having a single speaker in the room playing a tone and just walking across the room.  You'll hear the volume get louder and quieter as you pass through the nodes.  That's what standing waves do, and it results in comb filtering.   Add in the Reverb, and it's just a soupy mess.  At least you didn't get any Flutter echo in the room with all the gear in there.  That one sounds terrible.

also. Hire me LMG lol.   I'll move to Van no issues. I'll fix all the audio problems :P

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