any one use any thing for acoustic treatment?
is there a cheap and effective way to do it?
post any information you have please
But there is an affordable way to go about this. First you need to diagnose your room and see where you are having problems with sound bounce. These are typically on the sides of the room about 2-3 feet in front of your normal viewing position. I will find you some information on independent panels, panels that you only need to put one up to deflect sound.
Gimme till tommorow though, its 9 o'clock and Im headin out fo the night.
thanx for the reply :)
and take your time
i am not askin that for a home theater :shhh: :shhh:
we have a band and a home studio, we play in a small room now but we will move to a bigger one, just want the new room to be good :P
any tips will be helpfull
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