Auralex Makes Your Room Sound Better!State-of the art technology has gone into developing Roominators, sent by Auralex to your recording studio with one purpose: track down and eliminate acoustic problems and give your recording environment the clean, clear, controlled sound you need.
To put it more simply, the three Roominator packages are designed to turn the room where you make music into a recording environment as acoustically sound as a big-time studio. Each packages contains Wedge Panel, Bass Traps, and T'Fusor 3D Sound Diffusors. They are totally really simple to install, so you don't need a degree in physics or an understanding of how to take acoustic measurements to make the perfect set-up for your recording needs. But more importantly, the Roominators let you focus on your sound and your music. No more ringing or buzzing, no more excess noise, just brain-dead simple, uncluttered sound. You'll hear all the audio details like you never have before, and you'll be able to get the most out of your audio and recording toys. The Roominator packages are the pro solution to acoustic control, at a budget price.
The Roominators Pro Plus acoustic sound control kit is designed primarily for rooms with a floor square footage of 250-400 ft/sq. The shortest room dimension should be 12-16 feet.
The biggest package in the Roominator series, the Roominators Pro Contains:
- 8 tubes of TubeTak Pro adhesive.
- 8 T'Fusor 3D Sound Diffusors for that big-studio ambience.
- 12 LENRD Bass Trap
- 36 Studiofoam 2" Wedge Panels
Diffusion and Absorption:
- Diffusion keeps sound waves from grouping, so there are no hot spots or nulls in a room. In fact, diffusion greatly widens the "sweet spot" and lends a tough, 3D sense of openness to a room, making it easier to hear "into" a mix. Diffusion obliterates standing waves and flutter echoes without simply removing acoustic energy from the space or greatly changing the frequency content of the sound. Some famous recording artists like to hit the stage in strongly diffusive environments because of the openness they hear. Diffusion can make a small space seem large and a large space seem even larger.
Diffusion in a control room imparts the all-important Initial Time Delay (ITD) that keeps early reflections off room boundaries from getting to your ears too soon and smearing the direct sound you hear from your monitors. In conjunction with absorption, diffusion can effectively turn virtually any space into one that is appropriate and useful for the purpose of recording or monitoring sound with a high degree of accuracy.
- The two most commonly-used absorbent materials are premium acoustic foam and specialized acoustic fiberglass (no, not the stuff you buy at the hardware store). For brevity, at times we'll generically call acoustic foam just plain "foam," although there are completely dramatic differences in cell structure and density between acoustic foam and the thousands of other types we could manufacture. (This is why you can't just run down to the local SuperMart and buy mattress pads with which to treat your studio.)
Acoustic foam is well-suited to alleviate slap and flutter echo, the two most common problems in rooms not specifically designed for music recording and performance. In fact, foam can turn even the most cavernous warehouse or gymnasium into a perfect acoustic environment.