Bass traps treating the low-frequencies are the most important thing in our studio, they blurring the sound creating distortion and coloration. They concentrate on corners and there we must place our bass traps, wall-wall, wall-ceiling or floor-wall.
Placing bass traps in all corners will help to improve our bass problems, but the front wall and especially back wall have a strong bass buildup, so here it is a strategic place to put bass traps and improve low-frequency absorption even more.
DIY Bass Traps
You can build bass traps for your studio with rigid fiberglass or rock wool, approximate density 60k/m3, lengths of 60cm x 60cm or 60cm x 120cm are typical measures, a thickness of 15cm it´s needed for an effective low bass absorption.
“If you use thinner panels will only absorb mids and highs“