imispgh, I attached my room's freq response graph in case you are interested. For traps I have - front wall 28 auralex 1x1 squares to make an "attack wall" if you will. Behind my mix desk is a 6 inch thick 2'x4' trap. It just is on the floor behind the desk. My sub is located directly in front of it. On either side, I have a 2'x2'x3' laundry bag filled with 100 lbs of organic insulation and then sitting on top of that are 4" thick 2'x4' bass traps. There is about a foot and a half of the corners exposed. Above me are 2 2" thick 2'x4' traps, hanging about 6" from the ceiling. I have 7 2" thick 2'x4' panels for RFZ around the room. My back corner are the 4" thick traps, although one is actually hung on the door because of the layout of the room, I can't position it in the corner because of the door. With this, the lowend is pretty well behaved, it was just too dampened with the carpet and that's where I was having trouble. The laundry bags came about when I moved into this house from my last one, I shot the room and the lowend was a mess. I completely freaked out! Ran out and filled up the corners as fast as I could! The room in my last house was double this size, the room I am in now is 14"x14.5"x 8", pretty small, I know.....but I do have a closet, 7"x6" I use for guitars and vocals. I have about 2 roominator kits in it! It actually sounds pretty good, and even better with the wood floors. Ok, I'll post this and go listen to your tracks!
- Just gave the tracks another listen, and downloading is MUCH better than streaming with soundcloud !!!! I feel your sense of balance with the frequencies is spot on, really sounds really good. There are things that I hear where a light compressor may help tame a certain area, but on a whole it sounds really nice. The verbs are convincing, putting things in the right space, so as a listener, I believe what I'm hearing, which I think is important. I am not familiar with the online jam, but if that is live over the internet and you have no control over mics, pres, converters and just working with what you get, that's pretty impressive!