How to Build a Diffuser: A diffuser is a great way to control reflections in a room and make your room sound flatter. If your room is on the “dead” side, diffusers may be more suitable than adding absorptive sound control. Diffusers are often placed on the back wall behind the engineer’s head. They can also be placed in the studio to help tighten up a room, reduce flutter echo, and control reflections. Here’s a good way to make a diffuser using a proven formula.
Wall art sculpture made from debarked sticks which are tacked together. This piece is has an interesting look that could work both in a minimalist contemporary space as well as a more traditional space. The acoustic benefits are sound diffusion... The irregular surfaces make sound waves scatter, thus reducing echo which improves intelligibility (which makes dialog much easier to hear without raising your voice)
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DIY Diffusion Panel: http://www.pmerecords.com/Diffusor.cfm. Here's a great example of a 3D diffusor. #recording
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Quad diffuser - uneven lengths
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