Diy Bass Traps Gearslutz. They use fluffy pink insulation, a common in wall […] They are commonly used in recording studios, mastering rooms, home theatres and other rooms built to provide a critical listening environment.
I would also add bass traps to the front and back corners, both along the short vertical part of the corners, and along the sloped corners that head to a peak. There are different types of bass traps but for simplicity, this article is restricted to the broadband type which caters for a wide range of low frequencies. I made my own years ago using knauf and directions i found a on a john sayers form.
So, i'm not really afraid of a little more complex diy stuff, and i'm thinking of making the bass traps following ethan winer's membrane absorber design.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Materials i am not 100% sure but something like fibreglass wool or similar, very dense. What i did was use 6 of the cross braces to hold the ultratouch in place instead of the chicken wire. The sheets of insulation material should be around 60cm wide.