Build your own studio

Tips and products for your own sound studio
A sound-isolating room or studio is a must for musicians, but also for vloggers, DJs and producers. A studio makes it possible to work undisturbed and without causing any nuisance. A sound studio is not only a room intended to keep sounds in or out, but also a room where you can adjust the room acoustics to your own liking to make beautiful recordings, with or without reverberation.

There are all kinds of studio booths on the market, such as booths from the brands Studiobricks and Merford soundstudio’s. These complete studios have advantages over self-built studios, but they are valuable and do not fit everyone's budget. That is why the Acoustic Shop is happy to explain how you can make your own studio cabin that keeps sound in and out. With some skill, building a sound studio yourself is doable!

Construction methods
There are two ways to build a studio; make a studio cabin (kind of build a room in an existing space) or make use of your entire space by providing it with Merfoflex floating walls and ceiling containing a floating Agglomer Isofloor. The convention is that both methods involve a box-in-box principle.

In addition to tips, you will also find a Youtube video on the Tips page explaining how one of our customers built her own studio.

Below you will find all the products you can use to build a studio:

  1. Isomat KE Fiber
    Isomat KE Fiber
    Sound-insulating mat
    • Heavy plastic ground plane
    • Sound insulating
    • Resistant to water, oil and many solvents and cleaning agents

    Starting at £27.00

    (incl. tax)