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For beginners, the products in Studio Furniture & Acoustic Insulation are often the finishing touches when it comes to studio hardware & software. For more advanced studio users, however, the right stands, furniture and insulation materials are necessities. Either way, any musician, producer or DJ who wants to make a balanced mix will need to create an acoustically neutral studio environment. Or at least, as neutral as possible. Resonant surfaces, reflective low frequencies and incorrectly positioned monitors can be a real pain in the neck. When it comes down to it, setting up your studio is a matter of both looks and practicality.

If you're not that experienced yet, you'd do well to begin with studio monitor insulation. The products in this category make it possible to set up your monitors and subwoofer on an insulated surface, which keeps your desk (or whatever surface your sound system may be on) insulated from the speakers. Doing this stops the surface from vibrating with certain frequencies, which negatively impacts your mix. It's also important to make sure that your monitors are positioned at the correct height and distance, and that they're angled correctly. The goal is to make the place where you sit to listen to your mixes into a sweet spot - the place where the sound is most optimal in a room. Studio monitor stands make getting the best placement a lot easier. Studio furniture can also help when it comes to setting up your studio and your devices as practically as possible.

With the help of monitor insulation, stands, and furniture, you can quickly and easily put together a great studio setup. Of course, the more experience you gain and the more critical you become, the more important it's going to be to have an acoustically optimised studio setup. Walls, windows and doors reflect the sound coming from your monitors, which in turn tampers with the purity of the sound you hear. By strategically insulating your walls and corners with absorbers, bass traps and diffusors, you can minimise harmful reflections. Be sure to check out the category studio peripherals for other important studio gear!

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