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I decided to bring some of the higher frequencies back to my practice room and after doing a little research I ordered a few wooden front panels.
Sticked them to the foams and it did the trick. The only downside is that the sound level in my room is a bit higher now.
Anyway if you have a flat foam panels and they muffle the sound of your room too much it's worth considering plus it looks cool.
Have a nice weekend!!!

 

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You have a really nice sound either way. Yes it sounded a bit brighter even on my built in computer speakers, but I did like both versions!
 

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Interesting.

Do you have any treatment on the ceiling and maybe the floor ? I wonder about recording with the sax and microphone about halfway between floor and ceiling.

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Yes I have some 4cm thick foams on the ceiling and a shaggy carpet on the floor. Usually I record with a mic closer to the bell but thought that it will capture more room sound if placed farther away. One thing I did wrong is that I forgot to change the mic characteristic to omni directional instead of cardoid. Too late...
 
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