In this final instalment, we present a practical overview of the 'room‑within‑a‑room' principle which is used in the construction of virtually all major studios.
Having dealt with walls and floors, we move on to the floors and ceilings of the studio, with a view to reducing sound leakage even further.
We turn our attention to uprating studio walls, as well as techniques for building sound‑isolating partitions.
This month, we examine doors and windows, the most vulnerable areas when it comes to sound leakage.
SOS begins an in‑depth series on practical studio design. This month, the emphasis is on measures you can take to soundproof your studio or practice room.
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