Doors for a studio
so when I bought the new house I made sure I have space for a studio,
I have a live room and a control room to work with.
This is on the 2nd floor (top floor) with no building above the studio and no building surrounding the rooms of the studio. I have attached a JPEG of the plan of it.
The question is regarding Door materials. Currently I have no doors in place (talking about door 1 and door 2 on the plan I drew) and thus the studio is "connected" to the whole house and it is acting as a natural reverb chamber - leading to at least 5 seconds of reverb
obviously before moving on to acoustic treatment, I need to put doors in place.
from what I looked around I found - PVC, Aluminum and wood as options. and also Single vs double glazed windows.
regarding construction - I need to check whether brick or stone was used. From what I understand, the door needs to be only as insulating as the materials of which the walls were built (example it is useless having a really thick insulating door if your doors are made of cardboard) .
any help regarding which would be the best option?
I was thinking single or double glazed aluminum and then attach a broadband absorbtion panel about 2" off the door to have another layer overhanging the door