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sound blocking materials prevent noise from traveling through walls, ceilings, doors, windows, and floors. materials that stop sound are typically dense, heavy, thick, or—in some cases—flexible. generally speaking, they are too dense for noise to travel through them. a 12-inch-thick brick wall is a good example of a sound blocker.
timber window shutters and insulating blinds also make decent noise reducing window treatments. because wood is porous, it is a good material for dampening sound. insulating blinds are made from a thicker fabric, which means they’ll do a better job of blocking out sound. soundproofing with furniture
since i plan on going with some high end knives like wusthof ikon series, i should probably consider a different wood then as i'd like to preserve these knives as best as possible since i'm spending a good bit of coin on them.. bamboo is out, i've heard that even though it's hard there is glue & stuff that isn't good for cooking.
plywood panels/ particle board are not good for soundproofing as wood transfers sound very well. hay bales yes, these make fine soundproofing units, but are rather temporary, subject to fire, critters and vandalism and obviously for outdoor use. plastic covering can make them more hygienic.
sound damping materials are the most effective when they’re between two hard surfaces. the two surfaces, usually drywall or plywood, are then attached to each other. so when sound reaches one of the layers of drywall, it causes the panels to vibrate against the damping compound, which then converts the vibrations into heat.
soundproofing is any means of reducing the sound pressure with respect to a specified sound source and receptor. there are several basic approaches to reducing sound: increasing the distance between source and receiver, using noise barriers to reflect or absorb the energy of the sound waves, using damping structures such as sound baffles, or using active antinoise sound generators.
sound dampening materials. the mass and density of these materials dissipates sound and reduces the amplitude and energy of the noise. sound damping materials come in the form of mats, rolls, sprays, and paints and help kill vibrations, rattles, and overall dissipation of noise. 9. mass loaded vinyl (dynamat xtreme)
combining wood floors, which reflect sound, and high ceilings, which create echos, can create a cavernous feeling in any room. items you may use to make the room feel less acoustically resonant
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