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Acoustic material is a material of some kind that gives an insulating layer that is used to absorb sound and reduce noise. This material can be worn on the ceiling, walls and floor.
There are a variety of materials and solutions for acoustic insulation in the sound studio.
Acoustic insulation is especially important in the studio so that the collections made in the studio are quiet
That is, we do not want to hear in the recording all kinds of buzzes, noises of wind, of cars or people talking or any sound that may come from outside.
We want to isolate the studio so that they only hear the sounds that are produced from the studio for the sake of recording and also so that the sounds that are produced in the studio for the sake of recording will be heard clearly and in a clean and quality sound.
In order to create a quality sound in the recording room, there must be sound reflections, the degree of sound reflections is due to the structure of the room and the absorption materials that are in the room space.
What affects sound wave insulation and external noise sealing is the wall mass, its structure and absorption materials.
Heavy or double walls produce quality insulation.
Insulation sheets under the flooring or shock absorbers prevent sound transitions and appropriate vibrations.
Kinds of acoustic materials
Acoustic sponge – There are several types of noise-absorbing absorbers that are made of different materials, the sponges consist of several layers and come in all kinds of sizes, thicknesses and flexibility. It is recommended to cover the ceiling and walls in the studio with acoustic sponge, between 70 and 100 percent of the surface of the ceiling. It is recommended that the thickness of the sponge be not less than 50 mm.
The acoustic sponge is a sponge with a special structure and is responsible for giving the absorbent material a wide-range acoustics which means that the sound waves are absorbed, absorbed inside the sponge.
Cork – Cork is a thermal insulator, it is waterproof, it can be used as a vibration buffer, to block sound transitions, to absorb resonance, etc.
Acoustic wood – wood with fibers that can be used to cover ceilings and constitutes a particularly high acoustic absorption and insulation of noise passages.
The wood gives a clean sound with good low frequencies without damaging the high frequencies.
Shock absorbers – The shock absorbers prevent sound transitions and vibrations from the floor, which means that if you drag equipment on the floor or go uphill, etc., this sound will not be heard during the recording.