Hi Ott, I was wondering what your thoughts are on the SUBPAC? I'm looking for a way to get good bass while mixing and at the same time keep the neighbours happy. I guess treating the room is the best way to go, but I tend to move house from time to time. I usually mix at a quiet volume, but most of times I can't get the bass frequencies right... I have a pair of Dynaudio BM6A MKII monitors and an RME Babyface. Anyways, thanks :) Sam

Ott responded on 06/10/2018

Acoustic treatment is of limited effectiveness in a smallish room and there's no such thing as 'sound-proofing'.

A good pair of headphones, a decent headphone amp and a SubPac are the definitive solution to those two age old problems you describe.

Also, consider Sonarworks Reference 4 correction software. I just bought it and it has changed my life. I cannot recommend it highly enough. [They didn't pay me to say this, I bought it with my own money.]

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