With the jobs starting to come in, I thought it was about time to keep the unwanted outside noise at bay and put together a studio with isolation booth.

Starting things off I plotted the spare room measurements onto graph paper to plan both booth and studio layouts before the build begins.

After numerous designs and layout changes I finally decided on a pentagon to use the work space more effectively.

Constructed of 4″ studs and insulation sandwiched between sheets of plasterboard and a network of hoses with silent running fans will provide the locked down booth with cool air. Low wattage LED lighting will be mounted in the lowered ceiling to avoid any hum found in higher wattage dimable lighting.

Sound absorption panels and corner traps will be added internally to aid the acoustics.

Next step is to source the timber and plasterboard and get things underway.

Jas