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Old 6th September 2011 , 04:03 PM
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Hi guys

I'm thinking of putting my studio into a conservatory (14' x 12') I would get high quality vertical blinds.

I was also going to get the London 12 Kit by Primacoustics but have no way of hanging them.

Do you think this could work?
Do you know of acoustic treatment that is free standing?

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Hmm. Tricky. I'd look at the GIK treatment kit before the foam stuff if I was you. What shape is the conservatory? how tall is it? Can you do a diagram?
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Thanks for the reply

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/668836/Scree...2021.09.39.png

does this help?


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if you can tell me what to do with it, it might!

Edit: got it. Bear with me a minute
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Essentially there is no really significant difference in what you are doing and in what, say, Lester or Frank GiK did with their rooms. Here's Lester's thread: Rented rehearsal room in Slovakia and here's Frank's: Room Treatment Report from Frank (GIK)

In essence you need to deal with corners first and reflection points second. Read their threads and come back with any questions.
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Will do thanx Trev
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no worries man. I see you are local. Feel free to swing by for a cold one some time
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Would love to Trev.

Ill take you up on that sometime soon. Defo!!


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From what I remember of Franks post he had a fair amount of glass to deal with in his room which can be tricky with the reflexions. I donít think the solutions youíre looking for will be a walk in the park by any stretch of the imagination. I remember an edition of SOS visiting Midge Ureís garden hut/prefab studio that had at least two glass walls combined with loads of other reflective surfaces. Iíll hunt for the links and post them back in here as there may be some tips and tricks you could pick up.


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Thanx weaver for the links very helpful


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John, you need to enable pm's if you want me to reply to your message.
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