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Could you build a closed studio room inside an anechoic chamber?

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V0RT3X
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Postby V0RT3X; Sun Jul 06, 2014 11:37 pm Could you build a closed studio room inside an anechoic chamber?

I have a silly question, but could you build a big main studio room suspended inside an anechoic chamber. I'm just wondering what effect it would have on the sound inside the room while your listening to your stuff play back on your huge ass monitors.

:lol: Sorry I could'nt help it i had to ask and I did'nt find anything on it.
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geroyannis
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Postby geroyannis; Sun Jul 06, 2014 11:58 pm Re: Could you build a closed studio room inside an anechoic chamber?

I guess the properties of the anechoic chamber would be irrelevant since your room would be a new one, with it's own properties.
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Postby V0RT3X; Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:01 am Re: Could you build a closed studio room inside an anechoic chamber?

Yah that's what i thought too. If i had a setup like this, i could play my speakers as loud as i wanted without causing noise problems for the neighbors.
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Postby Acid Mitch; Mon Jul 07, 2014 12:10 am Re: Could you build a closed studio room inside an anechoic chamber?

But anechoic chambers aren't sound proof. They just have no reverb. Turn things up loud enough and your neighbours will still hear you.
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Postby Jrace; Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:43 am Re: Could you build a closed studio room inside an anechoic chamber?

Yeah if you build a room inside it then you now have reverberation.

What would be interesting would be having the chamber as your studio, though not sure how long you'd want to be in there before it drove you crazy!

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