If you hear a lot of noise coming from the outside hallway under your door, or you know that sound from inside your apartment is escaping through the door, you probably need a new door sweep. The weatherstripping or existing door sweep isn’t getting the job done, and the gap between the bottom of your door and the floor is so wide that air, and therefore sound, can easily travel . . .
If you find yourself working from home suddenly, it can be quite an adjustment. New routines, new setups and entirely new situations can be intimidating. As you transition into a new workflow, you can take small steps to alleviate stress from your remote workday with a soundproof office or workspace at home. To get the best noise reduction for your workspace, you want affordable yet effective soundproofing materials. In this guide, . . .
Are you designing a building, a room or a recording studio? Are you currently looking to renovate and upgrade one of these? If the answer is yes, you have probably done a lot of planning and may have even brought in some experts. But one resource you may have overlooked is an acoustic consultant. This lack of expertise can create issues that may be difficult to correct later. If you’re . . .
When you think of soundproofing, you likely tend to imagine elaborate, fully-furnished basements or garages loaded with electric guitars and a drum set or expensive, high-tech recording studios. But soundproofing can be helpful in many more common scenarios and in your everyday life. Maybe you live in a building with noisy neighbors. Maybe you can’t concentrate on work in your home office when your son is blasting music in his . . .
Every man deserves a man cave. Shouldn’t you be able to enjoy some alone time without listening to your dog barking at the cars driving by or your son’s stereo blasting that noise he calls “music” from his bedroom? Maybe you want to listen to your music or your TV show without disruption. Or maybe your man cave is your space to kick back with some buddies and watch the big game. Of course, you . . .