Our Control Room B is a professional listening environment. It has the proper corrective acoustic treatment. Treatment in the room ensures the best listening environment possible. The key is to analyze the control room because it will determine where to put the acoustic treatment. Once you have finished applying the treatment, do the acoustic measurement again because it makes sure that the room performs as it should. The room now enables our equipment to sound its best.
The Control Room B has multiple panels. They absorb sound. It has bass traps located in the corners. Bass sound builds up in the corners and the panels trap that sound energy. The room also has diffusion. Diffusion panels do just that. They are designed to scatter sound when the panel is struck. Those treatments are on both the walls and ceiling to reduce standing waves and flutter echo.
Control Room B Difference
Control Room B has several differences from Control Room A. Both have Pro-Tools 12.8. Control Room B has Pro-Tools 12 instead of Pro-Tools 12 High-Definition HDX. The room utilizes electronics rather than live instruments to record. The room incorporates the Eleven Rack guitar processor instead of a guitar amplifier. Also, it provides an electronic drum set. A Sans Amp RBI processor rather than a bass amplifier is also available. It has a smaller control room and "play" room than Control Room A.
Both control rooms offer analog summing with the Dangerous 2-Bus LT. Control Room B provides a Rupert Neve Stereo Field Editor to finalize a mix. It allows the engineer to manipulate through Mid-Side processing. It also offers the same features, just in a smaller package. Our clients have a choice in regards to budget but compromises nothing on sound quality.
The room offers a line of sight and an excellent monitoring system. Our headphone monitoring system provides eight individual channels instead of sixteen in Control Room A. So if you are looking for an inexpensive solution, yet big budget sound, Control Room B is your answer.