June 7, 2010

Simple soundproofing for a home studio

ProVideo Coalition has an interesting little article on treating a home studio for better acoustics. Chris Meyer ended up using a few Auralex ProPanels to eliminate reverb in his studio (the article includes audio samples demonstrating their effectiveness), but if you need a truly "dead" sound, you're going to have to toss out aesthetics (unlike Chris): "It’s important to me that our audio studio be an aesthetically pleasing place to spend time in, so I didn’t want to load up the walls with egg crates or sculpted foam squares." Simple Soundproofing »

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I feel like if you're trying to create a good audio studio, you ned to not care about aesthetics one bit -- that's the whole entire point!

June 7, 2010 at 10:34AM, Edited September 4, 7:26AM