Setting Up Monitors In A Bedroom Studio

Most music producers and engineers do not have the luxury of doing their work in big-budget studios that are perfectly engineered to achieve a dialed-in sound. No, most producers (like I would I imagine) are producing in side rooms, bedrooms, and imperfect spaces in our homes and apartment buildings.

And smaller rooms like the one you’re likely in right now pose a completely different set of problems that most amateur music producers aren’t equipped to handle. We don’t have sound physics degrees or decades of audio acoustics experience. Hell, at least I know I don’t.

But when I was lucky enough to get linked up with KRK to review their ROKIT 10-3 G4 Series, I wanted the best results for the review. So I went straight to the source and asked Phil O’Keefe, Gibson Brand’s Senior Editor with years of experience as a Recording Engineer, how I could get the best sound in a small, bedroom studio. 

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