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phxbubblz2

03:44PM | 08/10/03
Member Since: 08/09/03
3 lifetime posts
We are considering purchasing an old church and converting it into our home. I can use any and all information from someone who has done this in the past or knows someone who has. Information seems very limited on the net, as I have found only two other homes - I'm sure there must be more ?????
Thanks

Soundproof Bob

08:47AM | 10/24/03
Member Since: 10/15/03
10 lifetime posts
PBX,

I think one thing you will need to consider is the acoustics in an old church. You will definitely get more than your share of echos, refractions and reverberations. These factors oft times make it difficult to carry on a normal conversation. For some timely advice on sound conditioning in a church, or church acoustics in general, go to www.soundproofing.org You'll be amazed at what you'll find there.
The best of luck on your new church home, and hopefully The Lord is still living within those walls.

Soundproof Bob.

joed

01:18PM | 10/26/03
Member Since: 09/17/02
524 lifetime posts
It was this old house. It was in San Fransico.


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