Recording Studio

We are specializing in the design, fabrication, and installation of noise containment and control systems to reduce excessive noise.

We provide initial noise problem analysis,product recommendations, and custom design/supply/install systems for projects.

Recording Room

The Top 4 Things to Avoid

  • Small Spaces
  • Noise
  • Poor Flooring
  • Poor Acoustics

STEP 1: Choose the Best Room

  • In an average household, you might have option more than one option to set up studio.
  • If you only have one option…then just use that.
  • Otherwise, you have a decision to make to minimize any disturbance.

STEP 2: Clear Out the Room

  • Remove anything that vibrates
  • Clear off all floor space
  • Take everything off the walls
  • Make sure electric wiring is good

STEP 3: Add Acoustic Treatment

The opposite of good acoustic comfort is noise – unwanted sound that has a negative impact on living, learning or working conditions in a given space.


Good acoustic comfort, on the other hand, is the ideal acoustic environment, due to appropriate acoustic reverberation time and high speech intelligibility.

STEP 4: Selection of setup

STEP 5: Arrange Your Workstation

Recording Studio Equipment List

  • Desk/Workstation
  • Studio Chairs
  • Reflection Filters
  • Monitor Isolation Pads
  • Studio Monitor Stands
  • Computer
  • Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Audio Interface
  • Microphones
  • Headphones
  • Studio Monitors
  • Cables
  • Microphone Stands
  • Pop Filter
  • Virtual Instruments
  • MIDI Controller
  • Control Surface