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Reflection Free Zone – (See Tech Tip 4/6/05) Similar to the LEDE school of control room design, the goal is to create a room that imposes none of its own character upon the audio, as opposed to early sound scattering (ESS) control room designs, which seek to create a “live” room. Reflection Free Zones are generally created through a combination of absorption and geometry, where the shape of the room focuses any reflections away from the “sweet spot” or desired RFZ. The RFZ would ideally be at the mix position in a studio control room, for instance.

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