Choosing Acoustical Treatments and Accessories
If you record and mix in a home studio, acoustic treatments such as foam panels, bass traps and sound diffusers will help you achieve better audio results. Here you can explore acoustic treatment options for the right panels, bass traps, and diffusers for your studio setup.
Benefits of Acoustic Treatments
Acoustic panels and other treatments improve the sound quality of your recordings. The size and natural acoustics of a room change the frequency of and add reverberations to the sound waves of an acoustic guitar or voice. Some rooms have naturally great sounding acoustical properties, but most spaces have uneven frequencies that just cause problems for high-quality audio. Acoustic foam panels are a common treatment option that absorbs sound reflections and eliminates unwanted reverb. No matter your room size we have acoustical absorption products to make your room sound great.
What Are Acoustic Bass Traps?
A bass trap is a treatment that acts similarly to foam absorption panels. It targets and absorbs the low-end frequencies that regular panels don't always capture. Typically, bass traps are placed in corners where the buildup of low-end frequencies occur the most. The best part about these treatments is that you can't overdo it. Bass is harder to control than mid- or high-level frequencies, so the more traps, the better.
Moving Blankets for Sound Dampening
Moving Blankets can be used to reduce noise and create great sound dampeners, in other words, reduce excess noise from traveling. In order to do so, you will need some heavy duty moving blankets, some sticky glue, as well as about 30 minutes of time. Firstly, you will decide if you want basic noise canceling without lightweight moving blankets, our regular for an extra layer of sound reduction, or our heavy duty for the most noise reduction that we can offer.
As crazy as it may sound at first, moving blankets are some of the best ways to reduce sound in a home studio, a room with tons of excess noise, or an area that just can't seem to stop producing noise. This is caused mainly by the Moving Blankets heavy duty stitching as well as part of the way they are made from the stitching and design pattern of the moving blankets.