Help treat practice space!
My new rehearsal space is terrible! I've done a lot of reading here and a few other places and I had a few questions still.
The space has tons of echo and sound bounces everywhere. I am thinking of building an army of 2" thick absorption panels and 4-6" bass traps. I want to put in a few clouds as well.
As it stands now its borderline unplayable in there, theres so much crap bouncing around. If I clap it takes prolly 300 mS to die out, maybe more. Theres some flutter echo. This room won't be recorded in, it just needs to be acceptable for practice.
I was planning on making the panels based around Owens Corning 703 but it is rather expensive. Is there a cheaper (much cheaper preferably) alternative? The room is rather big so I'm going to need to make A LOT of panels I think. Its about 20x30.