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    My "studio"

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    I need a bit of advice from you guys out there.I have my "studio" set up for school at Berklee but i dont belive this is a good spot to have this...it is in a cleaned out closet which is surronded by drywall and plywood...i need your input as to what i should do..my room is made of dry wall which is covered in plywood which has ridges in it..this eliminates low freq or so it should . but my closet sounds a bit boomy and my walls are suposse to create a reflection or high freq.what would be the best way to concrol this for the time being.......


    thanks again see my room in the attachment

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    i dont belive this is a good spot to have this
    And you are absolutely, positively correct.
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