Bob Wilson

07:11PM | 04/04/00
Member Since: 04/03/00
1 lifetime posts
I am finishing my basement. I have a town-home with neighbors attached on both sides. I am a drummer! I want to sound proof the room to keep my neighbors as friends. I don't mind extra expence, but I don't want to get done and find out I can be heard! The other half of the basement will be (rec-room) decorative living space so I don't want the music side looking like a box of foam insulation. Help!


07:10PM | 04/08/00
Member Since: 02/18/99
28 lifetime posts
Stirophome will work.


11:00AM | 04/20/00
Member Since: 04/19/00
1 lifetime posts
Hello,I am going thru the same problem.I also play drums.I have been told there is a product called homalite{maybe spelled wrong}it is sold in 4x8 sheets,its about 20$ each.I'm still researching but this looks the best so far.ROCK ON.


12:42PM | 05/10/00
Member Since: 05/09/00
2 lifetime posts
He6y there! Just to let you know, I accidently posted your reply to the other soundproofing topic on the top of this page...Good Luck! Meg


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