April 7, 2018
If your audio isn’t up to snuff in your home recording studio, these DIY acoustic sound panels might help.
One key to recording great audio in a studio, whether it’s in a professional space or your home office, is by reducing the amount of reverberation in the room. This can be tricky to pull off, especially if the space is large, empty, and full of reverberant surfaces. There are some quick DIY solutions to cut down on echoes and reverb, like covering surfaces with heavy blankets, clothes, or towels, but if you want a more permanent solution, like something you can actually install, check out this tutorial from Ray Ortega. In it, he teaches you step-by-step how to build your very own acoustic sound panels using a few boards and some relatively inexpensive rockwool insulation. Check it out below: