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I am building a home studio and man cave. I was all set on Green Glue until I found the videos from Dennis. Now I am REALLY confused. The studio part of my building will be used primarily as a video production studio with green screen back drop as well as changing drop down backdrops. I don\'t want to hear helicopters or barking dogs when recording. Secondly I will have a drop down screen and HD projector to use as a home theater and I do not want to disturb neighbors, especially from the sub-woofer. I have just put the frames up so a long way from finished but all my research on the green glue treatment is now on rewind! I can\'t see where I can add some pics here with plans but the actual studio room is 6 metres x 4.2 metres. It will have a raked ceiling that is 3 metres at it lowest height and just over 4 metres on the green screen wall I will shoot on. I am planning thicker external wall cladding recommended by my builder, sound absorbing insulation batts in the walls, and then I was going to do two layers on the inside with the green glue. My plan was to also have a heavy drape around the walls to absorb sound and store production equipment behind and also pull behind the movie screen when in home theater mode. The floor is concrete and I will also have a 1.8m studio booth behind a double glazed windows that are angled. I really thought I had this all sorted until I found this site. Given the metric you probably guess I am in Australia. Any ideas who I should research such a complex room use to avoid disappointment after the build?
August 12, 2013
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