Let’s try to keep it quiet! Comments and Sound Ideas on SoundProofing your home or business

June 25, 2014

What NOT To Do: DIY Acoustic Foam

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , , — Deborah Dera @ 7:22 am

We know that people are constantly looking for inexpensive alternatives to soundproofing. The materials seem expensive but compared to the cost of doing something incorrectly and having to pay to do it again, you’re really not going to break the budget to do things right the first time.

This young man is encouraging people to use cut up mattress toppers attached to their walls to help absorb sound – in his case, in his home music studio. His ideas of making sure the floors are carpeted are good, but – cut up mattress toppers? (more…)

March 21, 2011

Installing Whisper Clips

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , — admin @ 9:56 am

Every type of soundproofing project requires a different type of solution. If you aren’t planning to use Green Glue, you may be planning to use whisper clips instead. While they take a bit more effort, whisper clips are also very easy to use and install. Here’s another video we created to show you how easy they are to install.

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March 18, 2011

Green Glue Application is Easy

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , , — admin @ 9:56 am

Have you been seriously considering using Green Glue in your next soundproofing project but aren’t sure you can handle the installation? The good news is that Green Glue is incredibly easy to install. We created the following video to show you just how simple the installation can be. Check it out for yourself!

February 4, 2011

Creating a Sound Barrier

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , , — admin @ 9:04 am

This is a quick computer generated video but it’ll show you exactly what type of plan a person might use if he wanted to create a sound barrier with an outside fence. We hear complaints about outside noise all the time, so it is important to understand that while you can’t mute mother nature, you do have options for reducing the sound that enters your yard or home. This particular example shows how they plan on using mass loaded vinyl.

May 13, 2010

Applying Green Glue

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , — admin @ 7:03 am

We know that the concept of using a new soundproofing product, like Green Glue Damping Compound in Tubes, can be a bit overwhelming for some. Today we thought we’d take the opportunity to show you how simple applying Green Glue can really be. Check out this short but informative video. After you see this, you’ll be ready to start your own project.

April 14, 2010

Using Green Glue Damping Compound

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , , — admin @ 10:56 am

As you have probably already guessed, we think very highly of Green Glue here. While there are tons of great soundproofing techniques, the use of Green Glue is probably one of the most effective and affordable.

Check out this video from Markertek for some information about how Green Glue was designed and used. We think you’ll have a better understanding of sound isolation after watching.

February 10, 2010

Need to Trap that Bass?

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — admin @ 6:32 am

Are you ready to soundproof a room to use as a recording studio? If so, you may want to create some specialized bass trap acoustical panels. The following videos will show you how to create your own, home-made panels. They make effective soundproofing panels and will save you a bit of money in the long run as well!


August 27, 2009

Soundproofing with Drywall

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — admin @ 7:49 am

If you’re on a budget, you’ll find that soundproofing with simple drywall is really easier than you might think. Check out this video by the folks at ExpertVillage for a brief yet informative overview of how simple it is use drywall as a soundproofing material.

July 29, 2009

Soundproofing with Baffles

Filed under: Soundproofing Videos — Tags: , — admin @ 10:09 am

Occasionally you may find yourself in a room that is actually too large for your needs. You may be speaking, recording a personal project, or attempting to let a person record some music. If the room is too large for your needs you may find that the sound vibrates off of the walls and gives you a lower quality sound than you had expected.

One solution to this type of problem is to sound proof by using baffles. You can buy decorative baffles or build your own with drywall, green glue, and some decorative material. Regardless of what you choose to do, the following video will explain to you exactly how baffles work to soundproof a room. Check it out for yourself and see!

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