I have some air turbulence coming from my vents. I know now that I should have split it into two, to cut the CFMs down, but the drywall is already up and so doing that now is a bit involved. Right now, the room is all hard-surface, except for some bass traps, and the noise now is noticeable enough to annoy me. Will adding carpet/linaccoustic/fabric-chairs absorb this air-turbulance noise somewhat, or make it even more noticeable, as they absorb the other noises in the room, leaving this one to be more, um, appreciated . Ultimately, it comes down to this, should I rip open the ceiling before the carpet gets installed? - or roll the dice, hoping that it might be alright? Ripping open the ceiling after the carpet is installed is also an option, I guess, using lots of tarps and what not - what would you do?
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4/21/12 at 7:19am