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post Jun 23 2013, 09:59 PM
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There is always a lot of talk about sound absorbent panels in studio forums whereas the topic of soundproofing does not get as much "press", primarily because most of us are putting our home studios in rooms that are already built and dry-walled.

Because of this we end up looking for ways to acoustically compensate for rooms that were never really meant for what we use them for.

Fortunately, there are pages and pages online and in available books to help us with this "lovely" phenomenon most of us live with.

In regards to Soundproofing a room, it is generally good to do this during the construction phase or during reconstruction.

One of materials that can be used in Soundproofing a room is called Limp Mass Vinyl or LMV for short.

The following is a link to A page that will give you a nice introduction to LMV if you've not had one already.
It is an easy read and very informative. Limp Mass Vinyl

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Todd Simpson
post Jun 25 2013, 10:29 PM
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Thanks for the link smile.gif Very interesting stuff. This is a frequent topic here in the forums. Most folks typically can't invest this level of cost in to their home setups but some folks have built their own similar products here. Still some folks here working in professional facilities like Mr. MIRO knows all about this kind of thing.



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There is always a lot of talk about sound absorbent panels in studio forums whereas the topic of soundproofing does not get as much "press", primarily because most of us are putting our home studios in rooms that are already built and dry-walled.

Because of this we end up looking for ways to acoustically compensate for rooms that were never really meant for what we use them for.

Fortunately, there are pages and pages online and in available books to help us with this "lovely" phenomenon most of us live with.

In regards to Soundproofing a room, it is generally good to do this during the construction phase or during reconstruction.

One of materials that can be used in Soundproofing a room is called Limp Mass Vinyl or LMV for short.

The following is a link to A page that will give you a nice introduction to LMV if you've not had one already.
It is an easy read and very informative. Limp Mass Vinyl



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