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Posted by  Ryan on June 11, 2003 at 00:31:05:

In Reply to:  Re: I can help posted by Ken on May 29, 2003 at 10:43:21:

I'm not sure how this is done, I've never taken part in a message board type system on-line. If any one could give me general advice in converting a garage into decent "sounding" rehearsal/recording room. Briefly, I have some knowledge about sound dampening and transmittion, furthermore, I know acoustic tiling is expensive. I figure my best use of a $1000 budget is to "finish" the room. As it stands, I soon move into my "new" early sixties block home in Scottsdale AZ. It's single car garage was coverted to a worshop. So I am faced with a combination brick/wood enclosure about 10'*20*. The "finished" room would consist of; wall framing, insulation,drywall(or soundboard), and carpet(reducing deflection). This I would like to think would be neighbor friendly, and sound relatively dead. Any suggestions? Thanks, Ryan

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