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Published on Jul 1, 2009
I'm gonna give you a quick break down of what i used......
Tools : Electric Saw, PowerDrill, Screwdrivers (Philips and Flathead), Black Sharpie, Caulking gun, Caulk Tubes (Black cement), Sand Paper, Liqud Cement, Staple Gun
The walls ceilings and floor are made of MDF. (Medium Density FiberBoard) It's stronger than wood. I held the walls in place with metal L brackets. I used 3 in every corner. 1 in between the tops of the 2 walls' corners. 1 in the middle, and one at the bottom. I did this to all 4 walls. I took 1 MDF Board and Measured in and marked it at half way. I cut the Board in half and used metal corner brackets to drill the floor and ceiling in place. I measured the door and window, marked them and cut out the doorway and window setting, while the walls were up. It was easier that way. After installing the window and door, I played music on the outside of the booth with the door and window closed and started caulking the inside corners of the booth to close any sound leakage. I then started using the liquid cement to glue the foam on the walls. I then Stapled the Carpet on the outside of the booth to cover up the booth. Then I drilled the metal corners on the outside of the booth into place.... And VUALA!!!!!