Why should a recording studio be heavily padded?

Why should a recording studio be heavily padded?

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Gaby
1 month ago
The wall, floors, etc of recording studio
are heavily padded so as to reduce any
reflection of sound, and make the
quality of the recorded sound become
low.
Virtue
1 month ago
The walls, floors and ceilings of a recording studio are heavily padded because padding absorbs sound and minimizes reflections at the walls, floors or ceilings. It also helps to minimize the effects of echoes or reflected sounds.
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