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I'm moving to a new house this weekend. It has an unfinished basement and I want to build a teaching studio and place to practice there. Any of you have any advice on doing this or the best way to sound proof. I'm going for the least expensive yet effectice road. Thanks, Steve
 

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Great decision! However, do yourself a favor and do a LOT of research to get things done right. The John Sayers and Ethan Winer web sites are a good start (here is another starting point). You should also talk to recording studio owners and interior designers with experience in acoustic treatment. I have seen so many projects that ended up in a disaster (despite spending a lot of money) that it would be shame if you do the same mistake like many others, thinking they "know" what they are doing.

Good luck and keep us posted!
 

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The same acoustic principals apply to a recording studio and a practice studio.
 
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