Author Topic: Unfinished basement, to be used as music practice room  (Read 3495 times)

Eric

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Unfinished basement, to be used as music practice room
« on: February 07, 2002, 02:45:26 PM »
I just bought a home with a very large basement and want to convert one of the unfinished rooms into a practice space.  When I say unfinished, I mean there is no drywall up...just studs and joists.  The room I wish to convert has the concrete foundation on two sides.  The space above it is mostly garage and guest room.  
I am looking for an inexpensive & easy way to reduce sound escaping from the music space.  I don't necessarily need to soundproof the room, but that would be best.  Suggestions & tips anyone?  Acoustic drapes, carpet pad remnants, and egg-crate foam are a few options we were considering.

 

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