Three Key Concepts Of Sound And Studio Design Explained In 1 Minute

For anyone making music, it's crucial to understand the physical space you are in. This short video will explain how the behaviour of sound should play a key role in your studio design process.  

Sometimes the best way to explain a concept is to keep it simple. That's why NonLinear Educating (macProVideo, Ask.Video and AskAudio Academy) have launched a new series called AudioPedia. The aim of this series of video courses is to break down potentially confusing terminology into bite-sized video explanations and demonstrations. 

In this easy-to-digest short video from the Acoustics and Studio Design course, expert producer Joe Albano talks you through the concepts the absorption, reflection and transmission of sound - three key things you need to understand when designing any studio. 

Watch all the videos here: AskAudio Academy / Ask.Video / macProVideo

About AudioPedia 102: Acoustics and Sound Design

AudioPedia - noun | Au·di·o·Pe·di·a | [aw-dee-oh-pee-dee-uh] An animated, short format video informational resource explaining in plain English all aspects of audio: acoustics, mixing, mastering, recording, digital audio terms, microphones, recording, and more.

Our AudioPedia series is a comprehensive video dictionary of audio terminology. Created by audio expert Joe Albano, this encyclopedia of technical terms is the ultimate audio reference tool. Here are the topics covered and defined in the second installment of this authoritative series:

Acoustics & Studio Design

Absorption | Reflection | Transmission
Angle of Incidence
Inverse Square Law
Anechoic Chamber
Comb Filtering
The Haas Effect
The Precedence Effect
Reverberation | Ambience | RT60
Standing Waves | Room Modes
Bass Trap
Golden Mean (Room Dimensions)
Project Studio
Control Room | Live Room
Live End Dead End ™
Mirror Trick

So join audio expert and trainer Joe Albano and get a deep understanding of audio terminology with the AudioPedia series!

Watch all the videos here: AskAudio Academy / Ask.Video / macProVideo


Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More


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