noise from refrigerator
I'm installing a wood stove in a recording room and I'm concerned about sound coming in from the chimney. Any suggestions for dealing with this?
There is a consistent noise source nearby which, so far, I have dealt with relatively successfully with window/door plugs. The stove would open a 6" channel from the room, through the ceiling/attic, and through the roof.
The stove itself might have enough mass to stop the sound (?) but the stovepipe is made of thin metal.
Whenever the refrigerator in my studio starts/stops (thermostat regulation), it produces a short pop/click noise on the computerspeakers..
I could live with that. But when I'm recording, that sound is recorded too and makes the recording unusable! :frown:
I have plugged the refrigerator to it's own "dedicated" wall powerplug, but I think all power in the room comes from the same main-line, even though it's divided into different wallplugs..
What to do?