A garden sound studio is a large step above a music room where sound insulation is enhanced. This is a specialist area where the control of sound becomes a scientific process. The process involves extreme measures to isolate the sound waves and either contain them, or prevent them coming into the room.
What makes a sound studio room work?
We have experience of designing and creating the most demanding of music recording studios. We understand that this is an extremely specialised field that can demand very extensive (and sometimes expensive) processes and materials to achieve the highest levels of performance requirements by professional artists.
Our first role (as in all of our projects) is to listen to your requirements and expectations.
Here are some typical uses of our sound studios:
- Professional musicians looking for a home based recording studio
- Sound engineers seeking a venue to carry out recording and mixing processes
- A dedicated room for mixing and producing digital music
- A full-blown rehearsal suite for a band, including bass and drums
- Professional studio for voice-over artists
Thick, multi-layer SIP panel walls, roof and floor are standard on all of our buildings. These materials already do a great job of keeping sound in, or out. As do the high quality double glazed doors and windows.
The next level is to add simple features that enhance the sound insulation levels.
Special plasterboard, additional high-density insulation materials and additional weight of glazing improves the sound insulation to deal with more demanding situations.
How far do you want to take it?
Acoustic consultants can be involved to provide technical evaluation of your building.
We have built a professional sound studio with separate live room and production room, that can have a rock band playing inside and you can’t hear a thing outside in their suburban garden. Until you experience this level of performance it’s hard to imagine just how impressive this is. This build was highly technical and demanded that we employ drastic and challenging processes to reach the required standards.
Unless your construction team have this experience it is unlikely that they have the expertise to deal with the essential details.
Sound studio details to consider:
- Twin skin walls and roof with almost total isolation between leaves
- Massive weight of materials (walls, roof, boarding) to achieve require performance
- Inner acoustic lining providing multi layer sound absorption and minimal reverberation
- Isolated routing of cables and air ducts
- Multi layer, 16.8mm laminated acoustic glazing with absorption panels
- Isolation of all fixings with acoustic neoprene foam
- Sealing of all joints (staggered too) with acoustic sealants
- Double skin, steel plate acoustic doors and rising seal system
- Full patch cabling system
As you may imagine, this kind of attention to detail does demand considerable investment. However, if music is your life and you want the best, then we can deliver it.
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