The fibre glass and mineral wool are well proven in studio environment so the safer options to go for acoustically, I took a gamble n went the eco route, will know if it paid off once its all aired out and I've installed it...
Hi, ciao a tutti,
Since I decided to progressively buy good recording equipment, I have to face the following problem, I can hear EVERYTHING!!!!! from the fridge, to the heater, and so on...of course I can turn off them.
We live in a big barn restructured in loft..it make the acoustic very nice to record acoustic and vocals giving an atmosphere of live music....but I would like to prevent as much as possible noises and interferences that are coming from the room, not to attenuate sound emerging from the guitars..
Therefore, I'd like to build some pannel to set a vocal booth...but do not have any idea what are the Owen Corning 703 equivalent in ITALY...
UK equivalents to OC70x would also be Rockwool RWA45 and RW3, if anyone knows of a small quantity supplier of these, that would be great! A lot of UK suppliers seem to have minimum orders, too large for what I require
Whilst this thread has been resurrected I'll ask whether http://www.stsupplies.co.uk/product_...on_cavity.html will be of any use for broadband absorbers?
I've contacted the suppliers & they can only give me details of a building nature, they don't have GFR's or the such like. It certainly looks like 703!! Not that I should be using visuals to make any judgement of course!
I'm keen to move away from mineral wool on the inside of my studio, especially for the ceiling cloud because of how it can crumble over time & find its way into your equipment. Besides these batts are also very reasonably priced in comparison as well!
I have used the Isover High Performance Duct Cladding successfully.
Fibreglass, 48KG, 703 territory but a bit better performing I reckon.
I am guessing the regular High Perf Batt is the same thing without the Foil.
This chart is for 50mm batts.
The Ecose stuff is great too. The names change all the time. Try Universal Slab or such.