Recording Room

@jambi462 (4598)
United States
December 13, 2008 11:59am CST
Alright I'm looking to build a home recording studio in the future and I was wondering if anybody had a suggestion for what I should use to soundproof that room? I was thinking foam pads or something like that but I want to know if anybody here has any suggestions because I'm open to try anything new and hear opinions.
2 responses
• United States
13 Dec 08
Foam pads are usually pretty good. Just remember you need to do the whole room, walls and ceiling, and definitely the door as well. I had to do it for my old basement and it worked pretty well. Good luck!
@jambi462 (4598)
• United States
13 Dec 08
Okay yeah I was thinking about trying a couple of things with the recording studio I want to build. Thanks for your advice all I really have is ideas right now not really any solid information yet.
• United States
26 Sep 09
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@Sing2Me (84)
• United States
13 Dec 08
there's this foam padding used for beds with bumps on one side that looks like the inside of an egg carton - use that so soundproof, and keep the bumps on the inside - it's good for acustics
@jambi462 (4598)
• United States
15 Dec 08
Yeah I've seen that style of setting up recording rooms a couple of times and if I couldn't think of anything else I'm going to use that kind of foam padding. That style would also probably be the cheapest way but I'm really trying to make this recording studio a piece or art.