Emoto wrote:You make a fair point.
I did mention the rug that I put down. I didn't mention the (soft cloth) furniture I have in the room. Nor, did I mention that the room sound isn't very good right now even with just an electric guitar and voice.
I did mention that I haven't found anyone who thinks the (expensive) foam is worth anything. True, I didn't explicitly say that I wouldn't be buying any, but I kind of figured that saying it wasn't worth a damn strongly implied that.
What I did say was that a specific Armstrong tile supposedly did a really good job, and that people I respected made traps with it and they worked well.
Unless you knew me, you wouldn't know, but I am pretty frugal. I work hard for my money and don't have a ton of it to throw around. That is one of the reasons that I started this thread - so maybe I could learn from people who have already been down this road...
Jon S. wrote:I did mention the rug that I put down. I didn't mention the (soft cloth) furnitur Just wanted to emphasize, in general, don't spend all kinds of money on new stuff until after trying what we already have laying around (intended in a positive, pro-environmental spirit).
Emoto wrote:Jon, this is interesting. Can you go into any more detail about using the planks? Are the planks being used to increase/decrease reflective surface flat against the ceiling? Or are they being mounted on edge to break things up? Or...?
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