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Studio build part 4! The layers in the walls are (starting from the inside): mass loaded vinyl, resilient channels, dry wall, strips of mass loaded vinyl (black) and a second layer of drywall.
Also, make sure you take care of the electrical system before you do anything!
@cashxadriana did a review of the Genelec Monitors!
Ever since I posted the first picture of my little home studio I been getting so many questions about my genelec's. The opinions on these are so broad, some people swear by them others won't touch em the a 10ft pole;) Honestly I get both sides of the story.
So I thought I would do a short review on them. Note: this is not a very in depth review just a quick glance at my experience with them:) I obviously like them otherwise I wouldn't have bought them so keep that in consideration.
For me and the type of music I make it came down to the Genelec as the monitors that ticked all the boxes. The reason I chose the Genelec was that the clarity was perfect and that it uncovered every element of the sound without favouring one frequency over another, which for the music I make means I can mix with confidence, knowing that the sound I'm getting is the most balanced for my productions. It also sounds good at what ever volume I play it. Whereas other speakers I tried did change at lower volume and needed driving harder than the Genelec.
I love the bass roll off/tilt/etc switches on the back of them. (especially in my less than perfect mixing environment) Quality is amzing, they are really built like tanks. The iso-pods work great but I like them more sitting on recoil stabilizers.
I think the Genes win. I've only had then for a couple of weeks now, so there is more settling to be done, and there is part of me that still doesn't really trust them, but that is purely because I was psyched out by what I had read about them. My own ears are telling me they are really good monitors and in that price point of around $2500, you'd be hard pressed to find something to compete with them.
1. very true (flat) sound
2. Impressive frequency response
3. Sound good in almost all environments
4. Great value for money (high quality)
5. Build like a tank, all aluminum
6. Great idea in the mids and lower mids (900-1700)
2. Lack of bass (Genelec does have an awesome sub to go with the speaker, but it's pretty expensive)
3. Some find they sound a bit compressed although I haven't noticed
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