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Smooth out the excess low frequency energy that congregates in room corners
Recommended for medium to large areas like concert halls, gymnasiums & churches, those rooms with pronounced...
16, 2 x 2 x 2 panels made of our industry-leading Studiofoam and offer great absorption of mid to high...
Project Studio treatment with a very professional appearance. Contains 54 Charcoal Gray DST-112s, 54 DST-114,...
Auralex introduces the sleek, new Alpha-DST Roominators Kit. Not only will the Alpha-DST take the guesswork...
Tame low frequencies in your recording studio economically!
Kill the low-end rumble in any large space.
Easy to install and produces professional results! 2" Studiofoam Pyramids offer a bit of extra sound diffusion...
These days, more and more budding audio engineers are building their own home studios, and it's no wonder why when you consider how accessible today's audio equipment is. If this is something that interests you, you'll also have to consider what type of furniture will be required for your workstation, and for that you've definitely come to the right place. In fact, this catalog is bursting with studio furniture options to make your setup look professional, and allow everyone to hone their craft in comfort.
When it comes to recording studios, certain pieces of furniture are essential. For example, the quality of your finished mixes will depend greatly on the isolation pads and panels that surround you. In which case, check out the Auralex 2" StudioFoam Wedgies. Ideal for spot-treating and even practice spaces, this box of 24 contains 1' squares of 2"-thick Studiofoam. Easy to install, these panels are the perfect solution for areas with echo issues.
Another important accessory you'll require is a strong and sturdy desk, and the Studio RTA producer station is a big seller. With plenty of room for your equipment, this workstation can accommodate both an 88-key keyboard and your computer monitor. Plus, this desk has a pull-out upper shelf, dual 13-space lower racks on each side, and its locking casters make it easy to move.
Of course, these are only a couple of the important items you'll need for your studio. You'll also have to pick up some monitor stands, chairs, and racks for your hardware, so by all means take a look through the rest of this section. Whatever you're looking for, you can bet that our line of studio furniture has what you need to build a home setup that's worthy of recording impressive works of art for the world to enjoy.