Canvas absorption help.
A moth ago we moved to this new apartment. And the room I moved my studio crap in is smaller and it has 2 clean/blank walls facing each other.
You can only imagine what a nighmare is that. Clap your hands and it's ringing for an hour (in my head at least). So I can't make any "sound" before those shitty walls are covered or something.
But here starts the trouble.
My wife is going to kill me if I bring any studio related absorbtion (like auralex). So the only choice I'm left to is to make something myself (bass-traps are also out cause they're huge).
What I was thinking is those canvas prints. If I fill those prints with some rockwool. Would that help at least a tiny bit?
I'm not sure because when I touched that canvas it seemed pretty thick. So I have no idea if it's going to pass through much sound to the rockwool.
Would it be better to glue just the print without the wool? I know this sounds as awful as the naked room but I really want to get rid of that ringing.
Any suggestions would probably save my life
Thank you in advance!