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shed treatment
Old 24th December 2010
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I have a 10x12 Morgan shed that I bought to turn into a vocal booth... It's not sound proof in the slightest. It's got tin on the outside, sheetrock on the inside and insulation in between. The good news is that I know my weakest links: The glass door, windows and the floor. I met this old rocker guy and he made it sound so simple:

"Dude, you gotta get this new rubber mat ****. you just totally lay it on the floor. Blocks out sound n ****.
Then you gotta like... build walls inside these walls and stuff it with insulation but no thicker than R10 or whatever.
Then we gotta get a wood door. I can totally bust this glass out for you... We should sample it! thumbsup"

Then I come back here and see all the technical **** you guys are doing with skyline diffusers(?) and cutting wood to exact measurements and I get discouraged. Seriously, WTF?! Is my friend on to something or do I really need to get serious and spend thousands?
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