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    Hi. I am investigating the most efficient ways to turn a carpeted basement room into a practice space.

    I am interested in learning about insulation material for walls, ceiling, sealant material for doors/windows (though in the basement I'm thinking of leasing, I don't think there are windows).

    My intention is simple: asborbing as much sound in the room as possible so as not to disturb the neighbors or room-mates. Budget is a concern.

    If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it.

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    This might help. Good luck.
    Last edited by CubaseRox; 09-10-2004 at 06:46 PM.
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    thanks a lot, CubaseRox. this site is pretty comprehensive!

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