No visual progress made on the room.
I have been sanding and smoothing the ceiling.
Re-wired the room since we changed the layout again. 2 rear wall sconces, rope light, can lights, stage stair lights, projector run pulled will add box when final position is determined, and removed 1 of the 3 runs to the equipment rack.
And lots of research on acoustics.....would like to pay someone to do it for me but I think I'll research it enough to get a 70-80% solution compared to what I could pay for.
Found a local source for linacoustic and oc703 equivalent.
Some inspiration and ideas we are going after( more my wife, so she can't fuss about all the money this will cost)
Leaning toward a blue primary color with other colors pulled in.
The lower 2 feet of Cinemars room on the walls
A trellis pattern painted in the trayed ceiling.
I have done a bunch of research on fabric and correct me if I'm wrong the main benefit of GOM is fire retardant and it's AT properties. I read that if you can breath through it with out much difficulty then it's ok to cover wall panels? We found some AT fabric that is "theater" fabric but at 325$ a yard and we quickly said no. There are a lot of fabrics she likes at the local fabric stores that meet the breath test that have some similar design to them. As far as fire issue I found a solution you can soak fabric in let it hang dry. In front of any speaker we will go with certified AT fabric.