I've read a lot about measuring rooms with sound pressure meters to identify problem areas.
I do understand the principle, but it always leaves me a little bit confused as to what I should be looking out for in terms of measurement.
Is anyone.able to provide a description of what I should be looking out for in the measurements in easy to understand terms?
For example, I should take measurements from all corners of the room, should I be hoping for the same reading in all corners meaning my room is perfect?
Or if I measure a low / high reading, what does that mean? And how does it translate into a bass problem or the terminology of room acoustic treatment speak?
I know ones own transducers are the most reliable, but I'm curious to map out the listening room.
Any guidance would be much appreciated.