#1
I'm moving out soon, as I sorely despise one of my flat mates. I'll be moving in with the bass player of my band who's moving home from uni. We decided we want to get a place where our band can rehearse to save us the £48 a week we've been spending on rehearsal rooms lately.

The question I want to ask you is - Where would be the best place to rehearse in a house? We are considering places with a cellar, attic or garage... with due sound proofing ofcourse.

The problem is it's probably going to be a terraced house, and I don't know how far sound proofing can go. We're willing to spend up to £1000 on it, but I'm beginning to doubt we can get a place with a garage. So, would sound proofing an attic or cellar be enough in a mid terraced house?

P.S. We don't play all that loud, but I don't want to one day piss off the neighbors or landlord and put to waste the extra money we're paying for a cellar etc...
#4
Have the instruments spread around the house.
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#5
lol thats hillarious! yea bass in the cellar drums in the attic and guitar in the kitchen lol
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#6
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lol thats hillarious! yea bass in the cellar drums in the attic and guitar in the kitchen lol

Guitar amp goes in the bathroom.
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#7
id go with cellar man, thats where my friends and i practice and jam all the time, it doesnt seem to be too horrible with noise for neighbors, or even most of the rest of the house ^__^
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#8
It'd never work in the attic, probs not enough space, and there's just bare bricks between the next houses, the sound would leak very easily, even with sound proofing.