Garden studio build from scratch. Help neeeeded :-/ Nov 12, 2019 2:53:31 GMT
Post by jaysound1 on Nov 12, 2019 2:53:31 GMT
Hi, ive been some what fortunate to start a new build studio in my garden. I am a music producer, where ill be working on my own productions, ideally need a A1 listening room as well as accousticly treated.
I am using a isomax system inside the build, with following of the layering that has been suggested on - www.soundproofingstore.co.uk/ rockwool,techsound,iso max,accoustic plastor board eg. and the usual bass traps and panelling will be used.
due to previous break-ins at my last 2 studios im very keen to get this build started. Its been difficult to get my heard around some aspects as i dont hold the best knowledge in regards to this kind of project.
well ayy thats why we have google i guess lol, as ive been researching as much as possible.
ive gained finances, and are in the process of getting quotes and trying to possibly buy the materials before hand.
Firstly im having issues in how to detirmine how much material i will need in aspects of building and laying foundation.
Its going to be a brick build; not quite sure if it should be double brick? or is single ok.
only electric will be routed into build, no gas,no water.
people say expensive expensive offcourse from major companies i can expect so, locally in my are we have alot of expierenced builders you just gotta know what you want to get the best worth.
ive made a visual plan with my desired deminsions, ive used room modes calculator to enable a good ratio via
Room length : 540 Witdh: 460 Height: 280 (cm)
sqm: 24.84 m²
as 3d visual is a basic example of room; the windows are me testing with you guys are these locations good? my front wall the window in width may be a slighter wider, i aim to use tripple glazing for both these windows. The door will be an accoustic sound proof security door. So both these points i am investing in to assure stability. My questioning being how problematic are these locations
happy to keep every one updated on this project, big fan of ethans work.. im still diving into your website.. great work.