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Soundproofing 50hz to 400hz
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July 4, 2022 - 11:57 am

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Hey Denis! I have a Big Vocal Room. I Have a 50 DB Noise problem from 50hz to 600 hz (Sorry a i messed up the topic title saying it 400hz) coming from my control room 8 inch speakers. I want to soundproof against this. Im thinking of using 1 Cm Steel to Enclosure all the Vocal Booth. Would this fix my problem? Or its better to create a Thicker Wall using Drywall PLywood and other not so dense materials? Thickness against density to treat 60hz to 600 hz with a 50 DB Noise Level! What do you think! Thanks man im a big FAn!

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July 4, 2022 - 3:29 pm
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All noise issues must be measure over a 7 day time period to determine minimum and maximum pressures and the frequency and amplitude of the noise. You must evaluate the existing structure to determine if a retro mod can be used or a new build.

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