I'm trying to do some sound treatment in the room I'm using for my home studio on little to no budget. I was given a piece of this acoustic foam from a friend that had some left over. It's 2.7 metres by about 1 metre.
Im going the DIY route for acoustic room treatment and I want to start with bass traps.
I have the budget but I'm curious which, if any, of these bass trap methods have significantly better low end benefits than the other.
Bass trap styles:
Bass Trap - A low frequency absorber. Low frequencies are particularly difficult to absorb due to their long wavelengths. Bass traps are designed and constructed to absorb these longer Wavesand control unwanted room resonances. Broadband absorbers extending to lower frequencies are often called Bass Traps, imprecisely.
Hi Folks. Does anyone know what materials they are using to build these panels and how they are constructed? To me it looks like they are using some kind of vinyl material for the membrane. I would order from them and do my whole studio space, but I'm located in Canada and the currency exchange on top of shipping and duty fees will really kill the wallet for no good reason.
Has anyone checked out this video? I wonder if it's an actual breakthrough or just smart re branding of treatment... I suppose the end result is the most important thing.. If people think it sounds good.. it is.. but it seems like there's some fancy marketing mumbo jumbo going on..
This story is crazy and long, so I'm going to summarize it. Seven years ago I was able to recover some Owens Corning 703 from four cubicle walls that were stashed in a basement at an old factory job. OC-703 is the bomb for broadband absorbers, as we all know, so you know I was thrilled when my boss said I could have them.