Help with acoustics in my floating room.

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Fairfax
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Help with acoustics in my floating room.

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Postby Fairfax » Mon, 2020-Dec-28, 07:22

Hi, I've been searching the internet for weeks and finally found you guys!

I've got my "floating room" up and it's time to start with the acoustic treatment. This is the first time I'm building and also treating a studio. Since I've got the opportunity to do it "right from the beginning", I thought it would be best to check with some professionals.
(You guys :D )

Dimensions of the room:
Width: 320 cm
Length: 537 cm
Height: 260 cm (approx 250 cm after the swing down ceilling)

My originial idea.
Building a frontwall approximately 50 cm from the wall with 30° angles. Fill it with insulation, adding fabric and a wooden split panel with gaps. (Split panel = adding the effect of a diffusor).

On both my sidewalls from floor to roof, i was planning to have a width of 120 cm of insulation between wooden rules with tighten fabric over.

In the back, 45° angled basetraps in the corners. (aesthetically as the front) insulation, fabric and split panel.
And a large centered diffusor in the back, approximately 2 meters wide and 1 meter high.

My roof is going to be a swing down a ceiling. Thinking of a sharp angle touching my front wall upp somewhere before the middle of the room and then slowly down to the rear wall. (Don't worry, i'm not planning to break the floating construction)

My biggest fear is that i'm going to "kill my room..." What do you guys think?

Cheers! :D
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Help with acoustics in my floating room.

#2

Postby bert stoltenborg » Thu, 2021-Jan-07, 09:07

Don't forget the ceiling.
and rethink the diffuser.



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Postby Fairfax » Thu, 2021-Jan-07, 09:29

bert stoltenborg wrote:Source of the post Don't forget the ceiling.
and rethink the diffuser.


The ceiling is going to be "swing down" 60x60cm
What about the diffusor? Size? Placement?
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#4

Postby bert stoltenborg » Sun, 2021-Jan-10, 12:18

I don't think a diffuser adds much to a room exept from a solid combfilter, but as everybody and his grandma has these things in the studio I can as well shut up :D




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