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franman

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Re: experience with Agglomer floating floors in
« Reply #15 on: February 03, 2010, 10:13:24 pm »

You would be surprised what a good wide-angle lens will do to a small room in photos... LOL.. I don't have a lot of photos of smaller project mostly because the owners aren't typically into paying for pro-photos on smaller project. I guess the Ezratty home studio is about 15'x18'x8' (same size range). Probably be surprised if I gave you the dimensions on the new Great City control room (which I won't)... not as large as the lens makes it look.
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Re: experience with Agglomer floating floors in
« Reply #16 on: February 11, 2010, 03:43:51 pm »

I talked today with Thomas about the floating floor and to my regret a good floating floor is out of my league. I had no idea what the costs would be for such a construction. So now i'm standing on the ground again and thinking how to proceed with my room.

I know how to treat the room with bass traps, reflection free zone etc. But are there easy and cheaper solutions to disturb my neighbours as little as possible. Would a carpet floor help?
Or such a thing as the poor man's floating floor as discussed on gearslutz...

Btw, Fran those wide-angle lens rule, i thought that the room was way bigger:-)

Best regards,

Peter
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