Whether you're a casual musician or a professional instrumentalist, you know that the right space can make creating music even more enjoyable. There's something about playing in a room with the perfect shape and acoustics that really speaks to the soul and allows you to identify with your music. If you're in the process of designing a home, or remodeling your existing home, why not build a room specifically for playing music? Here are a few tips to get you started.
- Don't overlook location when planning your music room. We suggest placing it above the garage or next to the living room, for example, rather than next to your child's bedroom.
- For the best acoustics, place the room towards the interior of the home, and don't include windows -- this helps to reduce sound leaving or coming in.
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- The Greeks believed that the perfect proportions for acoustic quality were 1 x 1.6 x 2.6 (length x width x height). We agree.
- Use an angled ceiling to reduce echo.
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- Avoid concave shapes, as these will trap sound.
Building custom homes in Fairfield County, Country Club Homes is your source for unique, livable homes. Contact us to discuss your building or remodeling needs today. Call us at 203-762-0550 or visit us at www.countryclubhomesinc.com.