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Soundproofing a Student Radio Station

Postby thekeymurphy » Fri Jul 14, 2017 3:27 pm

Know some people at a university who want to soundproof their radio station properly. It has one/two exposed walls in the whole studio. Where would be a good place for them to start?
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Postby DIYCAM » Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:59 pm

Hey! If you're looking to control the acoustics in the room try acoustic foam. Acoustic foam is great for improving recorded sound quality and to an extent soundproofing a room. If you truly want to soundproof a room, as in isolating all noise, that's going to be an expensive project.

There's lots of different acoustic foam types. All are used to control different frequencies. high to medium frequency soundwaves you'll want something like pyramid shaped tiles I believe and the thicker the better for low soundwaves.

Hope that helps :) Let me know if you need anymore help.
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