Soundproofing a Small Garage for Rehearsal Room


Postby j_nevil » Thu Nov 29, 2018 5:38 pm

Good evening,

I am posting this on behalf of my son. He is interested in converting a small garage he has on his property into a room in which his band can practice in together. He is looking to ensure that it is fully soundproofed and not going to disturb others in the local area.

If anyone could please possibly advise on how this could be achieved without spending too much, that would be much appreciated.

Regards
-Jeff
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Postby Dr. Strange » Wed Apr 03, 2019 1:46 pm

I do have a small room over the garage upstairs which I converted into my music room. I bought the 12 pack pyramyd sound proof wedges and strategically placed them on all 4 walls and the inside of the door. It works great even with play-along CD & 2 speakers cranked up. No need to cover every single square foot on the walls. The room is also carpeted.
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