I am trying to plan out the acoustic retreatment of my studio and have hit a bit of a wall on one issue. This is still in the planning stages. As mentioned before when the plans are finished and materials gathered I'll be doing a thread with tutorials and an interview with an acoustic company ceo....but for now.....I'm taking this issue to the lounge for your guys opinions.
This is the front look at what the new acoustic layout will be. Light green is mid/high absorption, dark green is bass trap, red lines are just indicators (yes my walls are that color, and yes...i am a pink stick midget for the sake of this).
The problem is the upper wall/ceiling structural design. It has a lot of weird stuff going on. I included a picture because its hard to draw out in ms paint. Currently, I have some terrible bass trap stuffed up into the window well, and the mid/high absorbers go all the way up to that structure, but neither of those things really does anything except dry up the upper end of that room without fixing the issues it really causes.
TLDR; Thoughts on treatment of the WTF section? Any input is appreciated.