Home studio of musician Wim Geenen gets an acoustic make-over

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Renowned drummer Wim Geenen has upgraded his home recording studio. He uses the room for rehearsals and recordings. As an experienced drummer he has built up quite the track record in different studios in Belgium and The Netherlands, playing with bands and artists like Admiral Freebee, Guy Swinnen and many more.

Due to the current pandemic, Wim reinvented his recording process at home. The upside of this new environment is the infinite liberty that comes with it. For a current project where Wim is working together with Ruben Focketyn they needed recordings that had a dry sound. The reason being that a dry sound is much easier to use in post-processing.

The room got equipped with 15 Primacoustic broadway acoustic panels. The bass absorption of these panels extends down to 75Hz making it an ideal bass trap for controlling the low end response in a studio or home recording setup.

“In our latest project we are using an acoustic set but we want to give it a digital feel. With dry sound recordings it’s possible to create harmonic combinations in post-production. Before equipping the room with the panels I couldn’t get the bass recordings right and the snare became too dominant in the overal mix of the drums when trying to fix it. The Primacoustic panels that Glenn Willems from FACE provided me resolved that problem and I’m very pleased now with the sound in my small cocoon of musical creativity.” - Wim Geenen.

You can reach out to Wim Geenen via geenenwim@hotmail.com

Home studio of musician Wim Geenen gets an acoustic make-over

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Renowned drummer Wim Geenen has upgraded his home recording studio. He uses the room for rehearsals and recordings. As an experienced drummer he has built up quite the track record in different studios in Belgium and The Netherlands, playing with bands and artists like Admiral Freebee, Guy Swinnen and many more.

Due to the current pandemic, Wim reinvented his recording process at home. The upside of this new environment is the infinite liberty that comes with it. For a current project where Wim is working together with Ruben Focketyn they needed recordings that had a dry sound. The reason being that a dry sound is much easier to use in post-processing.

The room got equipped with 15 Primacoustic broadway acoustic panels. The bass absorption of these panels extends down to 75Hz making it an ideal bass trap for controlling the low end response in a studio or home recording setup.

“In our latest project we are using an acoustic set but we want to give it a digital feel. With dry sound recordings it’s possible to create harmonic combinations in post-production. Before equipping the room with the panels I couldn’t get the bass recordings right and the snare became too dominant in the overal mix of the drums when trying to fix it. The Primacoustic panels that Glenn Willems from FACE provided me resolved that problem and I’m very pleased now with the sound in my small cocoon of musical creativity.” - Wim Geenen.

You can reach out to Wim Geenen via geenenwim@hotmail.com

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