FeedBack in a Practice room

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    JBMichaels

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    Lookin for help with feedback in a rehearsal space. I know all the usual advice. Here is the room setup: behind three vocalists is a wall with cabinets on the wall, the frontys of which are treated with absorption material. I am wondering if angle deflectors would be useful in guiding "bounce" to NOT re enter the mics. I propose several deflectors of plywood angled to guide reflection away from open mics. The panels themselves would be 2 feet by 4 feet. These modules would be mounted to cabinet fronts. By using \wedge shaped furring strips, the panel would be mounted angled away from the door front instead of a parallel wall, the mic would "see" a receding (angled ) surface. any thoughts? BTW the panels would also be treated with acoustic open cell foam
     
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