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"sound proofing a room"



so... i moved into a new (much better) apartments
its an old converted building -
i'd like to soundproof my bedroom - because its right against my neighbours
and i can hear her when im trying to sleep (i need silence)

dont know what options there are
google talks about mass loaded vinyl which sounds labour intensive
and im not about that
so im wondering if anyone has ever done this and what they used
right now considering sound barrier blankets
the cost though, ugh

i myself would never want to be god,or even like god.Because god got all these human beings on this planet and i most certainly would not want to be responsible for them, or even have the disgrace that i made them.


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sound proofing a room [View all] , akon, Sun Nov-08-15 05:04 PM
Subject Author Message Date ID
Nearly impossible, unless you can re-frame the partition wall.
Nov 09th 2015
looked into that- i would need to hire someone
Nov 09th 2015
      There's a product called Quietrock
Nov 10th 2015
           wow. Thanks!
Nov 12th 2015
noise-cancelling headphones...
Nov 09th 2015
ya, but that doesnt stop them from hearing me
Nov 09th 2015
I need to look into this for podcasting and instruments.
Jan 24th 2016
Jan 27th 2016

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