Studio Design, Pt. 2: Designing for Transferability – New Acoustic Analysis Tools

In-Person Only

In studio design, a few constants will always remain viable. These include studios having the required contemporary and/or vintage technology to inspire and support artists’ creativity and (possibly most importantly) a need for studios to exercise “transferability” in this era of simultaneous audio content creation in multiple studio environments and often by multiple producers. Part 2 of this session, presented by John Storyk, along with Dr. Peter D'Antonio, founder RPG and AES Fellow, will address specific architectural and acoustic issues concerning transferability, including "musts" and "must-nots" in studio control room design, as well as developments in acoustic analysis-prediction and materialization tools.