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A QRD diffuser comprises wells of different depths, causing a mixture of phase shifts that diffuse reflected sound.

QRD diffusers: Technical Overview

They are used to control reflections in the listening environment, particularly from rear walls and first-reflection points. Xenon's partially built N-23 diffusor Information on QRD diffusers is piecemeal and scattered across many sites and forums on the Internet, making it difficult for those who would like to know more about these devices. This page provides both a stand-alone overview of QRDs and a technical reference for the QRDude calculator. Much of the information presented here is an interpretation of the following book: Acoustic Absorbers and Diffusers: Theory, Design and Application By Trevor Cox, Peter D'Antonio Google books has a partial display of the book, but for the full story, you will need to obtain your own copy This page aims to make a contribution by: A quick word about diffusion patterns for single and multiple panels Standard panels Standard N7 panel Fins.

The Digital Sweet Spot — Studio Skills. The problem comes from the fact that different meters read -20dBfs at different levels in different DAWs.

The Digital Sweet Spot — Studio Skills

If you look at these two meters from different DAWs, and notice where -20dBfs reads on each, you will see they are completely different (not to mention the size of each meter). Now does that mean we need to have our level at a continuous -20dBfs? No, in fact that’s impossible. We’re not talking about your tracks peaking at -20dBfs. In fact they should peak higher. Why this is SO Crucial to Recording and Mixing. Gain Staging - Setting Mix Levels.