Recording with Adjustable Acoustics at Curtis Inc





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Uploaded on May 20, 2009

Hear how adjustable acoustics were used to shape the recording of Jake Tippey's song "Cardinal".

The unique tunable characteristics of the audio recording studio and control room at the Curtis Visual Communications facility in Cincinnati, OH were presented at the 157th Acoustic Society of America meeting.

The audio suite, designed by KJWW Engineering
Consultants of Rock Island, IL, features a control room that provides a tunable “Reflection-Free Zone” (RFZ) for the sound designer rather than the conventional “Live End/ Dead End” (LEDE) design. Fewer than 75 control rooms in the United States incorporate this functionality.

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