Greetings Earthlings. I am here with an explanation video, discussing what acoustic audio treatment is, and what it does.
This discussion leads to an explanation of what reverb is, what a wet room is, and what a dry room is. I then provide some examples of each type of room. The bottom line is that in a broadcast/podcast setting, you typically want to have a dry room. This gives you more control over the way your recording sounds. It allows you to manipulate the audio more successfully in post, and ultimately it will lead to a cleaner sound and clearer speech. If you have any more questions about acoustic audio treatment, go ahead and leave them in the comments below and I will do my best to answer them.