Soundproofing Foam


If You Don’t Want to Hear It, Let Soundproof Acoustic Foam Silence It

The right acoustic foam soundproofing can make the difference between a good recording and a great one. Soundproof Cow understands this concept, which is why we offer all different types of sound dampening insulation solutions for different acoustic foam applications. We carry multiple styles and sizes of acoustic foam from top brands like Udderly Quiet™.

Most commonly associated with soundproofing a recording studio, soundproof acoustic foam is designed to absorb sound and improve the acoustics of any space, no matter if it’s a studio or your house. Acoustic Foam is perfect for: Recording studios, broadcast studios, theaters auditoriums, band rooms, gymnasiums, homes, offices, conference rooms and equipment rooms. If you’re looking for soundproof foam that’s a little more low-profile, be sure to check out our Acoustic Foam section for fabric-wrapped foam, foam panels and fire-rated foam panels.

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Does Foam Soundproofing Work?

Foam soundproofing is a technique that reduces echoes and reverberations. Place foam sheets on the hard, flat surfaces that your speakers point toward or the walls people typically face when speaking. The foam converts sound energy into heat, then disperses it across its surface. Treating a room with acoustic foam will reduce ambient noise, improving sonic clarity.

What Kind of Foam Is Best for Soundproofing?

The best soundproof foam is thick, dense and porous.

Thickness and density work in tandem. A dense soundproofing material has plenty of mass to trap sound. The thickness helps, but the ideal thickness depends on the frequency you’d like to target. The best soundproofing foam setup uses a variety of thicknesses to target sound across the entire spectrum.

Pores help soundproofing foam contain noise. The pores are large enough to allow sound in, but as sound vibrates inside the panel, it loses energy. When it’s ready to reflect, it lacks the power to escape the pores.

There are also different kinds of soundproofing foam for different areas. For instance, a corner trap is the best kind of acoustic foam for the corner of a room. Low frequencies create a lot of pressure, which is problematic in the confinement of a corner. A thick corner trap can absorb and tame any low-end sound.

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