The Case for Acoustic Treatment
Since I record videos in my shop, the quality of the audio is very important to me. Most garages and shops features lots of hard surfaces and that means voices and tool noise tends to bounce around the space creating lots of echo and reverberations. To combat that, I'm installing ATS Acoustic Panels (2' x 4') on the ceiling. These panels are actually pretty easy to make as they consist of a acoustic panel core, a solid frame, a plywood back, all with a layer of acoustically-transparent fabric on top. But it's been a few months since I built a piece of furniture and time is money, so I decided to buy my panels instead of building them myself.
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