Basic question. Was sound engineering in a school hall/food mess and the acoustics were something horrible. Reflection city, which resulted in an extremely muffled (especially the low-end) and reverby mess.
Now I know with time/money I could have treated the room with materials to hand but this was a quick job with little time and little care for audio quality.
My question is, does anyone have any quick tips for getting the best out of a bad acoustic situation? I lowered the bass eq a little but missed it for only a little bit of extra clarity. Was there much else I could do to get a better sound? (WITHOUT TREATMENT!)