This article does an excellent job of outlining exactly what works (and what doesn’t) when a room needs to be turned into a studio space fit for even the most discerning audiophile or musician.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2015
In a blog post by E-Home Recording Studio last updated on October 4th, the author, continuing an advice series for those looking to construct their own audio studio space, outlined the options that DIYers have in creating an acoustic-friendly space. The author explains that, far too often, individuals looking for optimal audio or soundproofing solutions will often take the DIY nature of their project too far by using homemade remedies that don’t actually remedy anything at all. According to Los Angeles area foam, cushion, and upholstery wholesaler Mybecca Inc., this article does an excellent job of outlining exactly what works (and what doesn’t) when a room needs to be turned into a studio space fit for even the most discerning audiophile or musician.
- The Bad – The author explains that, out of all of the misguided attempts to create high-quality studio sound by using cheap, re-purposed materials, the most common culprits are the use of carpet, cup-holders, and egg crate foam. The author explains that, while these three solutions do provide some sort of absorption, they do not do so consistently amongst different frequencies, so the sound quality often ends up being uneven and poor. They also explain that, while egg crate foam is perhaps the most enticing option to try because it looks similar to professional acoustic foam, its low density causes the sound to suffer. According to Mybecca Inc., high density is one of the most important aspects of properly functioning acoustic foam, and is appropriately prioritized in the foam they sell.
- The Good – The author, possibly to the dismay of many penny-pinching readers, notes that buying professional quality acoustic foam really is the only way to ensure a proper studio-quality sound. Yet, Mybecca Inc. notes that customers who shop with wholesalers like themselves often end up paying much less than they anticipated. They explain that, depending on the thickness of the foam that customers need, they can find material currently priced at under $1.25 per square foot. They also note that their free shipping within the continental U.S. makes this a particularly affordable option for audio enthusiasts of all levels.
While it is true that audiophiles and musicians need professional acoustic foam to get a professional sound, Mybecca Inc. explains that they can get the materials they need even if they don’t have a professional’s budget. For more information about the products, prices, and services provided by Mybecca Inc., contact the supplier today at 844-984-4844 or browse their online store at MybeccaInc.com.