Auralex Offers Step-by-Step Tutorial On Improving Podcast Audio

Auralex Acoustics, maker of acoustical treatments for recording studios, is now offering a step-by-step online tutorial for podcasters. 

Auralex said the tutorial will help users tame the acoustics of any podcast recording/editing space, as well as diagnostic tools to help dial-in the sound and point toward the proper solutions.

Auralex said proper absorption and locational treatment can clean up audio recordings and raise the work to a professional quality. It outlines the simple steps to achieve this level.

The Auralex Room Layout eXpress (RLX) is a calculator to help users find the right amount of acoustic treatment for the space. From there, users can follow the guide to find the best locations in the room to apply various products.

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