Acoustic panels for sound studio, by Michael

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Very easy

2 minutes


To prevent early reflections in a studio, you can place acoustic panels. You can easily make this by making a wooden frame, filling it with rockwool and then sealing the whole thing with an air-permeable fabric such as jute.

DIY Acoustic panels

Based on the I made a frame of MDF from the size of the rockwool plates (100.0 cm x 60.0 cm x 7.0 cm) that should fit exactly into the wooden frame. The MDF planks were 1.8cm thick, so you end up with an outer size of 103.6cm x 63.6cm x 14cm. I wanted to have at least 2 rockwool panels of 7.0 cm thick each on top of each other, so that they are 14.0 cm deep.

You first assemble the MDF frame using. metal corner anchors. Then you cut a piece of jute to size and use a staple gun to close one side. Then you place the rockwool plates (2 pieces) in the wooden frame. Then you also close the back and fold the top and bottom in a nice way. Actually just like you wrap a gift.

With some hanging material, place them on the wall and/or ceiling and you're done :)

The dimensions of the project

103.6 cm x 63.6 cm x 14.0 cm

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How next?

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102,60 €

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