After years of sitting on this project, we finally blew the dust off of it and got it up on the Internet. If you have ever wanted to see the background design work that goes into building a sound isolation booth capable of delivering at least a –80 dB noise floor if not greater, this is the article you want to follow.
When we built the sound isolation booth at MineWurx Studio we took a series of photos along the way. For a long time we were going to put the plans together as a package and sell them, but it took us this long to realize it might just be better to give the project information away.
So now we have it up for all to view and reference as they may need. The project is captured in over 50 color photos, all dithered so as to load faster in your browser. Header notes describing the reasons and theory behind our construction methods accompany many of the photos. Please feel free to take a look around. We hope you enjoy it.
One side note: The photographs had to be watermarked to ensure that every search engine that indexes the images gives credit where credit is due.
Sorry they had to be used, but they aren’t blocking any important project details.
The Monster Isolation Booth – how to achieve a –80 dB noise floor in your recording environment.