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The Studio SOS Book by Dave Lockwood, Hugh Robjohns, Paul White

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Chapter Five

Soundproofing

A common complaint from project-studio operators is that too much sound either leaks into or out of their studios. Clearly, sound leaking out can cause problems with neighbours or other members of the household, while sound leaking in may get onto recordings made using microphones. However, the techniques used to stop sound getting in will also prevent from it getting out, so whether your concern is leakage in or leakage out, the approach to fixing it will be the same.

The subject of soundproofing is very different from that of room acoustics and is generally more complex to implement in a project studio situation, but sometimes attention to this area is necessary to make the operation of the studio viable. Unfortunately ...

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