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6 Soundproofing Mistakes When Building Your Home Recording Studio

Press Release: March 08, 2021

The pandemic has affected the way many sectors work. For those in the music and entertainment industries, lockdown restrictions have only emphasised the essentiality of having a home recording studio. But building one is easier said than done: For one, you have to guarantee proper soundproofing for recording studio.

In this article, we’re running down six soundproofing mistakes you have to avoid when building your home recording studio.

Failing to choose the ideal space for home recording studio. Before thinking about your acoustic enclosures, you have to first and foremost choose a room that’s as isolated as possible. If you choose the wrong area, all your soundproofing efforts will only go futile. Avoid rooms that have a lot of hard surfaces and windows or those that are located near busy areas like the kitchen and dining room.

Not taking into account soundproofing in your layout. Many home recording studios are located in small- to medium-sized rooms. If you have a smaller room, you need more materials to absorb and prevent sound from scattering. However, it’s also important to note that the effectiveness of a recording studio is also affected by the way its layout was designed. You should orient your musical instruments, mics, equipment, and soundproofing materials in a way that will maximise the quality of the sounds that you will produce.

Not investing in the right soundproofing materials. You’ve probably heard about egg cartons and foams as DIY materials that can "magically" soundproof your recording studio. Well, if you’re one of those who believed in such, it’s time that you leave that way of thinking. If you’re building a home recording studio, you have to really invest in your acoustic enclosures and other soundproofing materials. Take note that different sounds require different kinds of materials, so you have to be careful when choosing.

Soundproofing just a part of the studio. Having the right soundproofing materials is one thing. But using it to soundproof your whole home studio is another. Many novices make the mistake of not fully soundproofing their room. You might not want to do the same — make sure your soundproofing is sufficient, from the ceilings to the walls, down to the floors.

Going DIY without proper knowledge of acoustics. As stated, different sounds demand different soundproofing techniques or materials. So if you’re not quite confident about your knowledge of acoustics (bear in mind: not all musicians or singers are comprehensively knowledgeable about this field), it’s better to seek help from professionals so you won’t waste your money.

Not using the proper recording equipment. Having a great home recording studio isn’t just about proper soundproofing. You also need to have the right arsenal — the right mics, instruments, and other recording gear.

Need help with soundproofing for a recording studio? RG Sanles Acoustics knows just how to make your music shine through professional soundproofing services. Learn more about their state-of-the-art acoustic solutions at https://www.sanles.co.uk/soundproofing-for-recording-studio. You may reach them out at info@sanles.co.uk.

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