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For a room that is already very absorbent simply adding people to the room is not going to make a noticeable difference. Consequently, you should balance the room like a normal mixing theatre would. The rule of thumb here is - for smaller rooms - Pink noise at 0dBU should give you approximately 80dBSPL/C/Slow (That's C-weighted with Slow integration) when ...


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Well, I believe what you are asking does not have a particular "one-number-fits-it-all" solution. What could possibly be done (even to an approximate degree) is to somehow think of the difference when the room is empty against the room being occupied by people. The only difference of course is the people. So the main difference they will introduce to the ...


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