Soundproof garden studios come in various levels from the addition of basic acoustic insulation through to full dead rooms, designed by specialist sound engineers. This is a good thing as every customer has different requirements.
It is also not just buyers of recording studios and music rooms who are choosing to incorporate some acoustic insulation. It is not uncommon, for instance, for garden office buyers to incorporate soundproofing to ensure their workspace is quiet, or for families to create a soundproof cinema room where they can turn the film up loud for the full cinematic experience.
Soundproof specification fit for your needs
A few modular companies offer ‘standard’ acoustic packages, and these are good, but not tailored to your specific needs. Bespoke designers like Crusoe Garden Rooms, on the other hand, will work with you to create the right acoustic specification for your project and intended use.
Crusoe Garden Rooms have recently transformed this garden with the addition of a soundproof studio. The owner commissioned the Crusoe team to design a room that can be used as a music practice room. Crusoe Garden Rooms worked with their client to identify the levels of acoustic insulation needed. Interestingly, as keen musicians, Crusoe Garden Rooms actually have a soundproof garden studio themselves, so are uniquely placed to advise on the benefits of certain features.
These images are examples of some of the soundproof garden studios that Crusoe Garden Rooms have designed and built. The buildings are being used for a variety of uses from music practice rooms to home cinemas. Each one has its own acoustic specification. This might include acoustic insulation, membranes and plasterboard, de-coupling techniques and specialist acoustic glazing.
It’s not just the specification that needs to be thought about when building a soundproof garden studio; you also need to think about the layout. Typically, if you want to create a soundproof room you would limit the number and size of the doors and windows used, as they ‘leak’ sound. This is another benefit of working with a bespoke designer, as they can work out the balancing act between sound insulation and creating a room with a view.
To learn more about Crusoe Garden Rooms approach to creating a soundproof studio, give them a call on 07977 035 254 or send them an email. You might also like to explore more of their work on their website.