Hey guys, I'm going to be constructing a 20Lx12Wx10H studio space in my garage this week and I'm wondering what kind of acoustic I'm going to be needing to make the room suitable for general recording. It's just a simple rectangle, one wall is going to be separating the garage in half and the other is an exterior wall.
1. What are going to be the problem areas I should focus on? I've been doing research into building acoustic panels and bass traps and building them won't be a problem.
2. What kind of flooring should I look into putting in? Basic carpet, those interlocking rubber squares, etc.
3. The exterior wall has concrete blocks that jut out a couple inches into the room. I plan on putting up the wall directly in front of this, but should I insulate the gap between the walls?
4. Is there any specific kind of insulation I should be putting in the walls or does basic fiberglass suffice? It doesn't have to be sound-proof, but any soundproofing I could easily get by building it right I'll do.
Any help would be great, if you need any more info I can get it quick.