Hi construction slutz.
I am going to build some bass traps for my new studio, I allready ordered traps for the corners and now I need some more traps for against the back wall. Room dimensions are 5m by 4m by 2,85m. (16,4ft deep,13,1ft wide, 9,4ft high)
I have some acoustic isolation material left from my former studio build, it's actually made for decoupling rooms and should be placed between walls. See pic.
Question is would this material also be good for bass traps? All I would have to do is stack 2 of them up with some air between them and build a wooden frame with some vilt around them, right? I'll make sure they're atleast 10cm / 4inch thick!
It's very high density material, like pressed foam/fabric. Simmilar to agglomer; Agglomer is een gerecycled product op basis van polyurethaanschuim met geluidsabsorberende en trillingsisolerende eigenschappen
(sorry, link is in dutch
Thanks in advance for any insight!