Nowadays, with the development of technology and the reduction of costs, studios created in small spaces and houses have increased rapidly. It is not possible to get the desired sound after all the equipment has been installed and recordings have been made in a studio whose acoustic design has not been considered. No matter how good the microphone or recording system is, unless the acoustics of the environment are provided, your recordings will not be translated well when played on other systems. Most studios are square or rectangular spaces with highly reflective walls and windows that reflect sound from monitors and instruments. The echo and reverberation created in the studio prevent you from comprehending the result of the work done. The direct sound from the monitors competes with the reflections, which makes it difficult for you to get the sound cleanly.
The acoustic materials to be used in the studios should be placed strategically. In order to get a good result together with acoustic materials, it is important how the material is positioned as well as the material to be used.