So I've seen a lot of studio spaces and researched a lot. Basically I'm remodelling an 35' x 25' unfinished room (looks like an unfinished basement but above ground) and building 3 rehearsal rooms.
I read Rod Gervais' book, second edition. In the book, he discusses securing 2-3 layers of gypsum between the ceiling joists to add mass to the ceiling and then caulking around the gypsum panels to secure and seal. My questions are: should I use Green Glue caulk for the caulking around the panels or just regular caulk, and is there any benefit to using Greenglue compound between the panels as described for wall assemblies, but not here?
Thanks! Sorry if this question has come up before, I couldn't find it in a search.
Concrete base with DPM
timber frame (total area 4x5m)
OSB with 18 mm shiplap cladding
4x2in wooden studs
2 layers of 15mm acoustic plasterboard.
OSB covered with EPDM
I was quite concerned when I saw how the roof has been put up with roof joists on top of walls and a huge ventilation gap from one side of room to other(see pic).
Perfect for the area I want to cover above my mix position
Has anyone out there had any experience with or used / currently using this one?
What attracts met to this particular one is not only the size, but its lightweight construction and ease to fit.
A full writeup, including some sound samples, is at www.cloneensemble.com/diffusers.htm.
Someone keeps blaming the fans for the sound troubles occasionally experienced at a church I attend. Is this a possibility? I want to give a "sound" and professional answer. I have a hard time believing the fans are truly the cause, but I've been wrong before.