Hey guys. I've been looking up a bunch about making your own panels and stuff. From what I've read, a lot of people use about 2" of rock wool in theirs.
Basically I'm going be moving to Hollywood in Septemer to go to the Musicians Institute. And I'm going to be doing ALOT of recording in my apartment.
I'm wanting to have a decently deadened room, that's also a good room to mix in. I know I'll need bass traps and stuff but let's take this one step at a time.
Lets say instead of the rock wool I used this
Bonded Logic Inc, UltraSonic 12 in. x 12 in. Acoustic Panels (Package of 6), 60600-11212 at The Home Depot - Mobile
If you don't wanna click the link, its 12"x12"x1" recycled cotton textiles. My main reason for wanting these is that it comes with 6 panels. What if I used each panel to make its own acoustic panel. And then set them up on wall like the "5" side of a dice, if that makes sense?
Also, I know they would be a little thin so what could I also put In the panels so its not just a 1 inch thick textile?
I know its probably be better to buy a different material but I'm needing to have as much money as possible when I know so I'm trying to get the best that I can for the least amount of money. Thanks for any tips guys. I'm gunna keep searching through the studio forum for more ideas.