this will not work - don't waste your time. nor will a glass panel (gobo). they are for reducing bleed between microphones of close proximity - not soundproofing. the only way to reduce the transmission of sound is the build a room within a room with an air gap inbetween the two walls. if the walls are airtight this mass/air/mass priciple will give you a different level of air pressure in the cavity and will impede the transmission of sound. DOING THIS COSTS A LOT OF MONEY.devilspain":36l54ejr said:thats unlucky. try damping the sound with a self made wall. around your kit. get a clothes rack and put loads of clothes and towels dont have to be new create your self a sound absorbing wall will reduce the sound a bit. or practice pads over the drum heads.
yep, lay a sheet over your drums, it'll cut the volume drastically but they'll still be relatively playable.miranda":27y8w4qx said:rubber pads are good. but if your like me and have pretty much no money....normal bed sheets are good.