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Soundproof a Room Stage 4 Part 3

The inner walls of the practice room were then boarded out with a double layer of plasterboard.

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Boarding out the inner walls

A standard door (in the UK at least) is 30" wide. However, I thought that in the future, I may want to put something large like an upright piano into the practice room. Therefore, I put in a 33" door to give that bit of extra space





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