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Christopher Feeney
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    I finally treated my home studio in 2015. After much research I went with the ECO-CORE material from Acoustimac.

    You get the benefits of acoustic insulation with none of the itch and issues of insulation. The Eco-core material is recycled cellulose, paper and cotton. You could sleep on it! LOL. It has comparable sound absorption at mid to high frequencies and superior absorption at low frequencies, when compare with traditional fiberglass based cores. Tough to cut though.

    I built the frames myself and Mrs. covered with jute. They look great and really tightened the room, controlled bass and made the sweet spot amazing. One issue now. My acoustic guitars sound dead when I track in there or just play for practice and fun.

    • This reply was modified 8 years ago by Christopher Feeney.
    • This reply was modified 8 years ago by Christopher Feeney.