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Placing Loudspeakers correctly in Control Rooms

Probably the majority of the audible problems in monitoring are due to the effects of the room on the sound radiated by the loudspeaker. Therefore, the placement of the loudspeaker in a room is critical. Since loudspeakers and subwoofer radiate very long wavelengths at low frequencies, the various cancellation effects and standing waves in the room will affect the loudspeaker/subwoofer performance.

If you are operating monitors away from the walls, in the near field, this tutorial will give you guidelines on how to set up and operate your system to ensure best sonic quality. Additional tutorial links are also featured here, covering in more depth various issues such as:

  • Loudspeaker radiation space
  • Wall behind the loudspeaker cancellation
  • Free-standing loudspeakers placement recommendations
  • Free-standing loudspeakers with subwoofer placement recommendations
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Flush mounting to Wall

For high quality monitoring speakers are usually flush mounted into the monitor wall. Read why this is advantageous. Also, get the hottest tips on how to build the monitor wall and install the speakers correctly.

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Room Response Controls

Genelec active systems have controls to allow you to optimize the audio quality in your listening room. We give guidelines on how to find the best settings for these room response controls. Use with Digital Sources
Digital mixing consoles have usually internal DA converters. We give you guidelines on how to use Genelec active monitors with digital mixing consoles to get the best audio quality out of your digital system.

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Use with Digital Sources

Digital mixing consoles have usually internal DA converters. We give you guidelines on how to use Genelec active monitors with digital mixing consoles to get the best audio quality out of your digital system.

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DPA Microphone University

The Microphone University is the primary source of information regarding microphone techniques. It provides you with basic technical information about important issues as well as applications.

Solid State Logic Duende Tutorials

Tutorial 1: Compression and limiting
Tutorial 2: Using the Gate/Expander section
Tutorial 3: Basic EQ
Tutorial 4: Using the Duende Channel side-chain
Tutorial 5: Duende Bus Compressor
Tutorial 6: Advanced EQ
Tutorial 7: Parallel Compression

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