FM Studio for community radio station
The FM Studio of Community Radio Station is a place to live broadcast or record audio professionally. Often it’s a soundproofed room that gets rid of unwanted noises that would often get mixed into broadcasts. Bigger spaces are ideal for vocal songs because of the room’s acoustics. Although most radio studios tend to go with a much more compact space. This way audio doesn’t get mixed in so the microphone just picks up your voice.
The Equipment used in the Studio is:
- 16-Channel Mixing Console
- Microphone Stands
- Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
- Audio Interface
- Headphone Amp
- Studio Monitors
- Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Acoustics Treatment for FM Studio in Community Radio Station
Radio Studios and Music Rooms need to have the acoustics designed from the start as it is fundamental to the use of such rooms.
Unlike most rooms, special professional attention is required and it is important to get our acoustics engineers involved at the initial design stage. There have been many cases of such rooms being built relying on amateur advice and then problems with acoustics have arisen leading to expensive and time-consuming rectification.
Most rooms require good acoustics at the middle frequency range to cater to the human voice which is around 400 Hertz to around 4,000 Hertz. However, radio Studio needs to cope with a much wider range of frequencies from 30 Herts to 16,000 Hertz.
To cater to the wider range of frequencies, one single product may not be enough to provide a complete solution. A combination of bass absorbers, middle and high-frequency absorbers, and diffusers can be required. It is best to speak to one of our acoustic engineers so that the correct advice is sought.
Sound transmission from outside areas (and vice versa) must be reduced to acceptable levels with walls, floor, and ceiling constructions. Care must be taken with flanking sound transmission paths which can weaken the overall sound reduction of the constructions.