Replacing my plaster walls
Hi everyone! I have a 2 room studio that was at one time years ago a garage. The live room is 12x20 with a slanted ceiling; one side is 8 ft tall, the other side is 10, with the angle running with the 12 foot-long sides. The walls are made of plaster with blow-in insulation. The ceiling is only 2 years old, and it has fiber insulation behind drywall behind drop ceiling panels screwed to the drywall. I recently had an electrical surge, and had to take all the equipment out (thankfully none of it was damaged) and now the room is virtually empty so I have the motivation to do some construction.
I want to replace my plaster walls because they are ugly, but I'm kind of broke. I'm willing to dish out the money, however, if its acoustically worth it. The room is somewhat treated, but I'm curious....
Should I even bother replacing the walls? Would I even notice a difference? Do I use fiber insulation and drywall? Other materials?