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    efficient materials to use to make a room soundproof

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    anybody know?(besides actually soundproofing TOO BROKE lol )
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    Are you talking about actually soundproofing (building a room within the room to make sure sound doesn't get out - there isn't an easy way to do this really) or acoustic treatment (dampening a room's reflections)? There are plenty of DIY materials for the latter.

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    Definitely the latter! i just need dampening materials .

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    Rockwool, Corning 707, and/or various bass traps and diffussers for low frequencies (think mass; commercial bass traps, various on-line designs, even bean-bag chairs, tires, or full bookcases in the room corners). Studio foam (Auralex or other) for high frequency reflections.


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