Soundproofing A Room: The Basics

Soundproofing your studio is one of the key ingredients to capturing quality, useable audio. 
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Understanding the dynamics of sound will better help you design your studio space. There are a few simple tricks that you can do to make almost any room a working sound studio. Acoustic foam on the walls and irregular patterns around the room will help trap the sound. Also laying down a rug and adding some padded furniture, such as, a couch will also help dampen the sound.

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