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in this video, i show how i installed acoustic foam throughout my room in a way that guess what: doesn't damage your walls! check out the entire video to fin
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sound waves bounce off surfaces and can interfere with your ability to record music. luckily, acoustic panels can minimize this and make a room less echoey. to hang acoustic foam, you'll want to find the optimal area on the wall to place the panels. then, you'll take measurements and adhere them to the wall with command strips.
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i just got some acoustic foam from the foam factory. gonna put a 12 cube in each front corner over my khorns and then 3 corner bass absorbers surrounding the cube. what is the best way to stick it to the wall without damaging my paint or wall if and when i remove it? website says t-pins can be us