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post #61 of 69 Old 01-08-2012, 10:20 AM
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After advise from my father I change some concepts in the building design, not stub frames.

If sound containment is important I am sorry that your father is proving you misguided information. Coupling the walls to the brick exterior walls is not a good idea, simple to do, Yes, Good idea, No.
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More pictures coming....soon.

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After long time without a post....Here are the news on the construction.

The wall structure , studs are place it and I cut the particleboards for the "inside wall" , between the board and brick wall it will be fiber glass



In the spaces... acoustic panels......(black fabric... inside OC) with led lights on the sides...red and blue




In the sides back of the panel it will have LED lights...red and blue , one at each side..for the effects in to the theater...


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I'm beginning the construction of the riser (17.7" height )....



Of course..some "litte" help was used..




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Im using 17 inches of height in the back riser.....
Any comment on it? (It is time to modify)

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yesterday it rains...
fortunately i have not place the isolation material into the walls...question it will be damage? or what happen if get with some moisture?

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That is a tall riser! Before you get too far you should probably pick up a Taunton press book on finishing your basement, something like this:




Building a riser is like building a wall, but it's laying on the floor instead of standing up. You will have larger studs turned on their side to support the weight load without flexing.

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That is a tall riser! Before you get too far you should probably pick up a Taunton press book on finishing your basement, something like this:






Building a riser is like building a wall, but it's laying on the floor instead of standing up. You will have larger studs turned on their side to support the weight load without flexing.

Thanks nebrunner.....
I will try to study and learn for made the necessary modifications..Safe first!

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