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Re: Anyone ever made a homemade version of the Auralex GRAMMA?

Postby Sosabba » Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:29 pm

Is that a no then? (Or in other words - BUMP!) :)
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Re: Anyone ever made a homemade version of the Auralex GRAMMA?

Postby Teleute » Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:40 pm

Yeah kind of, I went to a foam shop and bought 2 slabs of inch think closed cell high density foam, i think it was about a tenner, and shoved them under my studio monitors like the Auralex MoPads.

Works great, much better than the spikes I was using before.

Never used the Auralex stuff before but as far as i can tell its just a wedge of foam so can imagine theres to much difference.
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Re: Anyone ever made a homemade version of the Auralex GRAMMA?

Postby Sosabba » Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:54 pm

Cheers mate.

The Gramma is different to the MoPads in that it is designed to take guitar amps - even 4x12s etc. It it two strips of high density foam with a slab of carpeted ply (I think) on top it.

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Re: Anyone ever made a homemade version of the Auralex GRAMMA?

Postby Blue Lizard » Thu Apr 10, 2008 1:00 pm

Can't be too hard, it's something I've been planning to do myself.

SOS used some ply on top of slabs of Rockwool as an impromptu drum isolation riser in a Studio SOS a few months back, so something like that should easily take a 4x12"...
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