In the fifth class of the acoustics for podcasting course we are going to design our study in 3D with Google Sketchup following the steps of the previous lessons. And it is essential to draw on the paper (in our case screen) the plan of our study following the measurements and considerations that we have studied in previous classes before putting on the overalls. So let’s see how to model our podcast recording studio taking into account all the acoustic and practical specifications necessary for our voices to sound like radio. This content is only available to subscribers. Dubai Email List You can identify yourself in this link or subscribe to the courses .
We already have it! Are you aware of the time and worries that this design will save us? A good previous planning seeing on the plane the difficulties that arise due to space, morphology, etc. will guarantee us to make the best possible decisions in each case. How would the workstation look in front of the window? What if we put the acoustic panels on the ceiling? Would the IKEA sofa that I like so much fit in? These questions and all those that arise can be solved thanks to 3D modeling. So, now I propose the following tasks: Create a new project in Google Sketchup. Uae Phone Number Draw the 3D plan of your room with the measurements you made in class # 3 Look in the Warehouse for the furniture and equipment that you like the most.
Try different distributions to see which one would be the most suitable. The more specific and detailed we are in the design, the more reliability and realism it will have. It is convenient to invest time in the design to avoid problems when carrying it out, and I advise you not to skimp on time and correctly measure your space taking into account every detail: Doors, columns, or curbs. As always, if you have any doubts or questions, you can send it through the support form on the subscriber intranet. See you in the next lesson!