Ακουστικά πάνελ 20 € DIY 👍 ή 👎


Ακουστικά πάνελ DIY για μείωση της ηχώ στο εργαστήριο ξυλουργικής και στο στούντιο ηχογράφησης ταινιών μου. Αυτά τα πάνελ ήχου είναι φθηνά και εύκολα στην κατασκευή με λιγότερο από 20 € το τεμάχιο. #acousticpanels #soundpanels

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  1. It sounds a lot better to my ears in the shop! How do you think the sound difference came across on the video?

  2. The back wall of my studio used to ping pong sound, until I bought a fairly dense false curtain (No window)
    I recorded a click metronome, and before the curtain, it had a long tailed reverb, but after, it nearly killed it, but you don't really want an acoustically dead room.
    Any soft furnishes, and of course carpet will help, even those hard wearing floor carpet tiles.
    Nice build, but you can just by foam panels.

  3. And if you want even less room sound, build some gobo's on wheels.
    You can put blankets around them and position them for when the
    camera's rolling.
    And since they're on wheels, you can move them out of the way when,
    well … they're in the way 🙂
    .
    Loved the video.
    Thanks for the upload.
    thumbs up.

  4. Shotgun (hypercardoid) mics are meant to be used outside as they cancel noise on the sides at the cost of back reverberation (you pick up more sound from the rear of the mic, which is fine outdoors since the back of the mic isn’t facing a reflective surface). You’d be much better served with a cardioid capsule / mic to avoid these echoes.

  5. Having the panels not symmetrical is actually better you don’t want all your panels in the same spot it’s actually way better. That’s why you won’t see good studios where any of the sound treatment looks the same on any of the walls.

  6. Awesome video. I have an older version of the same ladder and mine is also from Home Depot. I have a big building project I am saving up for and going to do a video series on that I wish I could get Home Depot to sponsor but at least I am a veteran so that will save me some money. I am going to build an office / studio separate from my house. If you have any tips or suggestions I would love to hear them. All your work is awesome.

  7. Awesome use of sawdust. I agree …MDF is crap, but… makes sense for this application.

  8. Neat idea, interesting design. I can't help but to wonder if you could try to fit your cabinet doors or other exposed wall surfaces with replaceable fabric panels to further deaden the echo in your shop. I don't know what the answer would be for a workshop like yours, because all the ambient dust in the air will stain all that fabric. If it were an office instead of a workshop, I'd be tempted to see if those replaceable carpeting squares would help.

  9. When I made mine years ago for an audio room, to minimize the hard-surface area (allowing sound to enter the sides) & reduce the weight, I made box with 1×3 furring strips (looked good as new when I removed them from the walls 9yrs later). When wrapping the fabric, I used spray adhesive on the wood to hold the fabric in place while I used a pneumatic stapler to pin it down. I also used Rockwool, but in hindsight, I wish I had used Owens Corning 703. You can also make you a "Sound Cloud" over your workbench…same thing, it just hangs from the ceiling & spans the length of the bench + 10-20% overlap. These did make a HUGE difference!! Fyi…these are "bass traps" & better for lower frequencies, you could still benefit from the black foam panels also. IMHO these are overpriced, so I suggest waiting for Black Friday sales at a music store (i.e. Guitar Center).

  10. GREAT VIDEO!!!! The sound is not as good as it could be…. buuuuuuut it's a weeeeee bit better. You would really need to do the walls with cheap 48 x 12x12x2 Acoustic Panels. THEN that should do the trick.

  11. $20 each? Can you make them without $5,000 worth of tools? Honestly, make 5 of them with a handsaw, hammer, a drill, and not much else would be a good video! 👍

  12. I mean… awesome for content, you make some bussin' content and edits. Definitely not the most bang for the time/energy though when it comes to sound deadening. Still though, had me hooked in the whole time

  13. Neigbor above me plays music loud, in the room I record audio in, will this do the trick or what’s a better option?

  14. If you can quiet reduce down noise / vibrations in a shop more happy shop recording or not in my opinion I love my music loud not machine noise

  15. It definitely is noticeably different. It could probably use more but the look and sound is great. I will probably use this design for my living room as we have no wall decor and this would be a great way to fix the echoes in that room as well as dress it up. Thanks for the idea. Nice work.

  16. Can you please make a video in details about stud finder? I bought many but didn't understand how its work. so you can do it on table with show both side of the wall where and how its work.

    Please if you can. Thank you.

  17. A shotgun mic is the LAST kind of mic you want to use in an echo-y room. The interference tube (the part of the mic with the slots in it) actually creates a worse problem when there is a lot of echo. As another commenter mentioned, a lav mic would really help cut down on the echo. Additionally, a cardioid condenser mic would also be better. I would also recommend putting up a blanket behind the camera you are talking to in order to cut down the production of echoes. This would be an improvement over talking towards a hard wall behind the camera. Optimally, a couple background stands (like something you would hang a green screen on) with some kind of blankets could be angled in front of you, cutting off a larger part of the room so that echoes are not created to begin with.

  18. a sound test with the cell phone could have done the test: no only in order to detect de dB (which are not as accurate as it should be) instead, the different "sustain" of the ambience sound could have been detect with the sound level vs time. Ok nice Job anyway!!!!