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princeplanet
21 April 2020
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Apr 21, 2020 2:38 pm
High 60's STC.
High 60's STC.
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princeplanet
13 April 2020
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Apr 13, 2020 11:45 pm
what stops you from just getting a triple glazed window? Triple glazed would mean having a gap between the panes. With gaps, the science will tell you to have no more than one gap. I need a 30mm window in one wall, them a 15mm window in the second (decoupled) wall with a gap < 200mm. Having extra l...
Triple glazed would mean having a gap between the panes. With gaps, the science will tell you to have no more than one ...
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princeplanet
12 April 2020
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Apr 12, 2020 2:46 pm
I have an acoustic engineer, and an architect, and an SE. None have responded answer to my questions posted above, which is why I asked here. Either they don't know, are are taking too long to reply, under the current circumstances...
I have an acoustic engineer, and an architect, and an SE. None have responded answer to my questions posted above, which...
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princeplanet
12 April 2020
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Apr 12, 2020 5:08 am
Melbourne. For soundproof reasons it will be RWAR (room within a room) with a floating floor. A lot of tricky angles and airtight caulked joints with no thin or weak spots anywhere. The nearest thing would be Home Theatre builds, which seem to be fairly popular these days. Can anyone suggest a regis...
Melbourne. For soundproof reasons it will be RWAR (room within a room) with a floating floor. A lot of tricky angles and...
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princeplanet
12 April 2020
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Apr 12, 2020 4:58 am
Hi, I'm building a sound studio on the top floor of an office building and because it will be a "room within a room" design (for soundproofing), the inner dimensions will shrink a fair bit. So, first question, Is there a minimum height regulation for the doors? I have space for a 1940mm hi...
Hi, I'm building a sound studio on the top floor of an office building and because it will be a room within a room desig...
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princeplanet
10 February 2019
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Feb 10, 2019 12:22 pm
Hi @princeplanet You will need to find a local Structural Engineer to inspect the building that does BIM Multiphysics Simulations ie Coupling Acoustic Vibration to Structural Mechanical Analysis BTW your loads are way off Here are some soundproofing details Projects to Do after Handover...Soundproo...
Hi, are you saying I should find another structural engineer if my guy doesn't do the BIM thing? Where do I find one in...
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princeplanet
10 February 2019
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Feb 10, 2019 2:16 am
Hi there! First post, so here goes.... OK, so I'm needing to construct a soundproof "room within a room" on the top (7th) floor of an office building. It'll be my 3rd music studio in 27 years, and my most ambitious. After consulting with an acoustic engineer as well as a structural enginee...
Hi there! First post, so here goes.... OK, so I'm needing to construct a soundproof room within a room on the top (7th) ...
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