DIY Acoustic Material Addressed...
I come to you with the concerns of stepping into the world that is acoustic treatment. I understand this topic has been discussed hundreds of times, but I hope that my post could end up being a sticky for those with my same question.
For those of us who unfortunately can not afford proffesional acoustic treatment, we're left with the DIY route.
To my knowledge you want to absorb the primary reflection points and diffuse the back wall (correct me if Im mistaken).
With Lowes carrying 0,15,23, and 30 R Stone Wool along with Johns Manville Fiberglass R 13, 19 and 30 (again might have missed some), what would be the best route to take if your tool supply primarely consisted of just said insulation?
I've checked many threads on here but still seem to come back to these questions.