It works very well above 350Hz, but not much affect below, because of the depth of the bass traps.
Acoustics in your studio are key. With a simple and effective solution like this one you can upgrade you home studio in no time.
A project studio owner I worked for got tons of free auralex 'solutions' in a discontinued color from a buddy of his who worked there. All we did was rob some cool sounding rooms of character and create a mix space so dead that it was impossible to create mixes in it.
I eventually insisted we pull all of it down and start over. This stuff was incredibly useful for creating moving baffles (gobos in the parlance of the industry). As far as the mix space was concerned? I wound up using a dualt layer approach with the auralex on the ceiling to remove it from the equation, but the corner pieces were totally worthless as bass traps, so I built some traps fro supplies purchased at Home Depot. I cannot say enough bad things about auralex as a 'total room control solution' but it is incredibly useful to have some around to attack certain problems in spaces that are not designed for music performance or critical listening.
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