Soundproofing: I think I screwed up - Hoping for some advice
I'm building a soundproof rehearsal space (built a room inside my garage not touching any existing walls, used clips, hat channel, DD & GG), and I think I screwed up my doorway. Due to the space created by the clips and channel between the studs and first layer of drywall, there's a roughly 1.5" gap all around the rough opening for the door, which I figured was problematic, especially since the doorway is probably already my weak link. So I thought I'd be clever and seal that gap by putting some 1x2 lumber in the gap, which fit perfectly, and seal it all up with acoustical caulk. However, after I'd done that and hung the door (see pic), I realized I'd just created a short circuit, since the 1x2 is touching both the first layer of drywall and the stud.
So did I just screw up everything I'd done with clips, channel, DD & GG, and should I take the door off and rip out the 1x2s? (of course I used liquid nails in addition to screws, so that will be a pain) Or is it not such a big deal since it's just one small part of the room?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.