[Trombone-l] Soundproofing a room

Chris Tune crtune at adelphia.net
Wed Nov 23 17:08:53 CST 2005


Here is a slightly better explanation.  It mentions that typical insulating 
efforts don't really reduce sound that much. . .rather disconnection and 
density are the way according to this webpage.

http://www.controlnoise.com/commonwall-barrier-isolation.html

Tune
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter Soukup" <psoukup at mindspring.com>
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Subject: [Trombone-l] Soundproofing a room


>I know this is an old subject, but has anybody tried to soundproof a wall 
>or
> a room lately?
>
> A fellow player has asked me about this, he lives in a condo and his
> neighbors are complaining....
>
> Here's a link to a soundproofing material.
>
> http://www.soundprooffoam.com/quiet-barrier.html
>
> Has anybody used this?
>
> Besides a practice mute, what else is there?
>
> Thanks.
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