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Mobile Acoustic Panels from LA Sound Panels

October 8th, 2012 | 9 Comments   « Previous  |  Episode 42  |  Next »


This week I show off a cool new mobile acoustic panel solution that my buddies at LA Sound Panels built for me that has ended up being way more useful than I thought it would be when I bought the panels.

Download the m4v version for your ipod or ipad.

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  1. Bob Cross

    Cool Sound Panel video.

    I do similar things with ClearSonic panels. If I need the height above the 5′6″ max, I will velcro two panels together, with the second one raised up to the height I need. I use a bunch of 5′6″ x 4′ and love them. I have also built a drum booth using them and the plexiglas panels for seeing out the front.

    Thanks for all the great info.

    Bob

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  2. Neil McTavish

    Thanks Ronan. Great show.

    Neil

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  3. Basslik

    Sweet Ronan, thank you for sharing that with us.

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  4. amore_mj

    some very quick but cool video clips of what you can use sound panels for when recording. thank you for posting this video.

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  5. John Chase

    Cool panel system Ronan…
    A gobo without the huge wheel bracket assembly.

    When you mention reflective surfaces effecting the listening position, I was wondering how you compensate for the wall of outboard processors to the right of the mix position and the assymetry it creates.

    Thank you,

    John

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  6. Ronan

    I was wondering how you compensate for the wall of outboard processors to the right of the mix position and the assymetry it creates.

    The racks of gear are actually behind my mix position so they are not in the first reflection zone.

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  7. Kern

    Yep, I am stealing your friends (LA Sound Panels) design, and making some of these ASAP. Sorry for being a thief, but I will give LA Sound Panels full credit for the idea! GoBos here I come! Thanks Ronan!

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  8. Ronan

    Yep, I am stealing your friends (LA Sound Panels) design, and making some of these ASAP. Sorry for being a thief, but I will give LA Sound Panels full credit for the idea! GoBos here I come! Thanks Ronan!

    That is the cool thing about this stuff. Any one can do it if they have the time and skills. For me, getting my panels made by these guys saves me a ton of time and does not cost much more than making it myself. Good luck with the gobos.

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  9. kevin

    I have a few office cubical panels that I wrapped with more decorative fabric and mounted to casters in my studio. Same idea, less work and way cheaper.

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