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Bass Traps

There is a misconception about the use of bass traps. In some studios, bass traps are not necessary because of what you are using your studio as ie.., mastering. Here’s what a bass trap is. Bass traps are acoustic energy absorbers which are designed to damp low frequency sound energy with the goal of attaining a flatter low frequency (LF) room response by reducing LF resonances in rooms. So you primarily use bass traps to absorb lower frequencies that interfere with a recording. If you are not recording live instruments, a bass trap is useless.

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#Reflexion of sound waves

As sound waves move from one point and to another, let’s say a singers vocal wave across a room, the wave will undergo certain characteristics.   A portion of the wave will attempt to travel through the wall, while the balance of the wave will reflect back off the wall.   Sound Wave Reflection occurs with that portion of the energy that stays contained to within the room.