#1
Whats up guys,

So I have a room in my basement where we want to practice. What is the best way to sound proof a room so we don't get a noise violation. Our city is strict about that ****.

Its roughly a 12'x15' room with two concrete walls and two regular walls. There are two small windows.

What do you guys think, anyone have luck with hanging up blankets/rugs/etc. on the ceiling and walls?
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#2
was there not a thread about this not to long ago?

i might as well say it on behalf of ug.

i use searchbar to soundproof my room.
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#3
The best way is to build a room within the room, separated from the original room with planks or something.

Put up planks on the wall, and then attatch another layer of drywall on top.
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Quote by sargasm
The best way is to build a room within the room, separated from the original room with planks or something.

Put up planks on the wall, and then attatch another layer of drywall on top.


this is a good idea (but expensive) that extra layer of air cuts down on noise
#6
im pretty sure ive seen like 4 or 5 threads like this in the last week
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#7
Egg cartons is a ghetto way. Go to a few bakery's and ask them to give you egg cartons. They have a **** load they throw out everyday anyway, you are actually doing them a favor.