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#4 Build Pro Sound Studio & Vocal Booth - Acoustical Treatment

Video #5: youtu.be DUBturbo presents: (Step By Step Instructions & Pics Below ) How to build your own sound booth and recording room for cheap. See step by step pics at: forums.nichechoppers.com This is a personal journal video as I convert two rooms in our new unit into acoustically treated recording and production rooms with a sound booth conversion in the closet. ————————————————————– Once the main studio is complete we quickly move into studio #2 and Holly goes all out – completing both coats of paint and gluing her foam within 5-6hrs. Total cost to do this room: *Foam: 0 *Glue: *Area Rug: *Curtains: *Bass Trap x 2: **More curtains for the wall/ceiling: 0




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  1. woweeeemyass123 on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 3:04 am

    if im just looking to record verses over like a instrumental and have a recording booth set up what gear should i use and what editing system do u recommend??

  2. MrMil1ion on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 3:42 am

    I know this may be a stupid comment, and I am completely knew to this stuff, but what do you mean by bass absorption? Like, there will be no bass or there will be too much bass? Because in his other room isn’t he going to have some bass traps? I sound like a complete bumbling idiot but I don’t know anything about this stuff.

  3. aczech12 on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 3:59 am

    Where is your bass absorbtion? Your foam goes down to only 500 hz… You killed mids and high leaving bass resonances alone. Great job.

  4. SerinaJK on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 4:29 am

    I thought about that already, but was hoping there could be another solution. I’ll work on creating one…thank you 🙂

  5. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 4:40 am

    Your best solution = move. Noise reduction coming in from outside factors are very difficult to deal with sans actually building a concrete/similar room inside your room and even then you’ll need vents etc. Floor noise is the worst of all noise to try to eliminate.

  6. SerinaJK on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 5:39 am

    Can the techniques you used in the last few videos be applied in absorbing noise coming from other areas of the home and from outside? I really need to know this as soon as you can get back to me. I want to create my own studio space in my room at home, but I have been dealing the noise that comes up through the floor for a few years now. What do I do?

  7. MikeDbeatZ on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 6:32 am

    you could have helped her tho

  8. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 7:31 am

    All in your application there is no default, if you feel that you still need bass traps then yes you should. People will disagree but you can also TRY using a huge pile of clothes, blankets, soft material that absorbs well just to get a similar effect (you’ll need a lot of material but most closet fulls will do ;0).

  9. TizeTV on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 8:07 am

    So are u using Auralex Foam or a generic Brand?

  10. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 8:37 am

    #5 is still coming – someday – perhaps soon 🙂 life happened.

  11. TheOnlyGibson on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 9:10 am

    no number 5? im dissapointed

  12. ArbutusBlossom on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 9:25 am

    make me one, i pay[;

  13. twinnsoniq on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 10:01 am

    Nice studio room… What are the dimensions of your space? I’m looking too rent out a space about that size!

  14. LAZrailkapinda on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 10:45 am

    Looks good.. thou I don’t like the colours.. but that’s a personal flavour..
    I’d go for black and white style.

  15. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 11:28 am

    Yes I’m pretty sure they do, their homebase is there so I’m actually the one that’s importing not you 🙂

    Look them up on ebay, or directly at the dot com and just give them a buzz for a quote/consultation.

    Cheers.

  16. gancho85 on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 11:51 am

    Heya I really hope u can answer this question. You are in canada I believe right?…do u know if hey ship the factoryfoam to the U.S.? THANK YOU!

  17. KayWal1981 on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 12:18 pm

    I want to be your guys naybore lol hehe make some music with you all 😀

  18. genadnon on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 12:46 pm

    yea cheap

  19. dbdakid on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 1:45 pm

    ok thanks alot

  20. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 2:13 pm

    Actually it’s not up just yet, and as I was just reviewing these I’m like “i should do my part 5 now the whole thing is finished… I’ll make an effort to make part 5 shortly!

  21. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 3:09 pm

    Heya, yep its from ‘foamfactory’ find it on ebay or the dot com directly. They have all kinds and shapes and thickness and color etc. Call them and tell them your room specifics and your needs and they’ll tell you what best to get and how to treat your room and or closet etc.

  22. ZayJin on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 3:54 pm

    it says there’s a part 5 but I can’t find it

  23. dbdakid on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 4:34 pm

    hey can somebody answer this question. is there a specific name for the foam he uses

  24. DubTurboBeats on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 5:07 pm

    This room specifically was:
    FOAM/GLUE: $300
    PAINT/ACCESSORIES: $100
    CURTAINS/ROD: $30
    CARPET: $40

    The furniture and gear is going to range a lot so start with the room itself first.

  25. YoungGea on Tue, 25th Dec 2012 5:16 pm

    How Much $ this cost?

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