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Building a control room inside an accoustically treated studio
« on: October 07, 2009, 09:30:52 PM »
Hello. Here's our situation; any help would be greatly appreciated.

We have rented a professional studio room inside a large building. The room is about 8 by 6 meters (26' by 20') and 4 meters (13') high. We want to build a control room inside this room, and have been getting very confusing advice from several sources. So far we've been going with the tutorial by Sound on Sound (http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/May03/articles/studioinstal4.asp) on creating home studios, but it seems to be a little different from what we're trying to do. So here are a couple of questions:

- What are the best materials to use for construction?
- How should the walls, floor, and ceiling be connected?
- Do you need double walls and double doors, or would a single frame suffice?

We will mostly be using the studio to record rock bands at pretty high sound levels. I know these are pretty unspecific questions, but I hope you can give us some pointers.

Thanks,
Ruben

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Re: Building a control room inside an accoustically treated studio
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2009, 05:48:51 PM »
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