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Soundproofing Forum Topics => Other Soundproofing Questions => Topic started by: bryzar on January 29, 2013, 07:04:42 PM

Title: construction materials
Post by: bryzar on January 29, 2013, 07:04:42 PM
Hi guys
I intend to make a home recording studio and just need some advice.
To begin with I will using the "floating floor room within a room" design but I need to consider methods
and materials due to budget restraints.I will be working within an area of 5.5 meters x 3.6 meters
Firstly I am really only concerned with just vocal soundproofing as all recordings employ DAW vst's etc
ie no live instruments and I generally monitor at low levels. Also I am not too concerned about outside noise as I live in a
very quiet area.
So......will just 16mm plasterboard/dry board suffice for cladding all wall surfaces to achieve my objectives.
The "inside" walls and celing will be dual stud(about 6 inches wide with insulation and about 6 inches clear of the existing walls.The floor will be floating on suitable acoustic matting.
As mentioned meterials can get quite expensive if I desire good soundproofing for the whole frequency range.
Any help will be appreciated
Bryzar
Title: Re: construction materials
Post by: Randy S on January 29, 2013, 10:48:27 PM
For just doing vocals this should be fine, you would need to use absorption panels on the final surface for reflection. Otherwise should be fine.