A recording studio is a provision for sound recording and mixing. Ideally, the space is planned by an acoustician to get the desired acoustic properties. Different types of studios record bands and artists, voiceovers and music for television shows, movies, animations, and commercials, and/or even record a complete orchestra.

The typical recording studio is made up of an area named the studio, where instrumentalists and vocalists perform; and the control room, which houses the equipment for recording, routing, and changing the sound. You can also browse the web to find the best voicerecording workroom in Perth.

Recording studios generally consist of three rooms: the studio itself, where the sound for the recording is made, the control room, where the sound from the studio is recorded and manipulated, and the machine room, where noisier equipment may interfere with the recording process is kept.

Recording studios are carefully designed around the philosophy of room acoustics to create a set of spaces with the acoustical properties required for recording sound with precision and exactness.

This will consist of both room treatment (through the use of absorption and dispersal materials on the surfaces of the room, and also consideration of the physical dimensions of the room itself in order to make the room react to sound in the desired way) and soundproofing (to give sonic isolation between the rooms).

A recording studio may include additional rooms, such as vocal boxes – a small room designed for voice recording, as well as one or more extra control rooms.