High-Performance DIY Acoustic Panels (Build Guide)

2019/07/11
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In this video I'll be showing you how to build some very high performance acoustic sound absorption panels that look aesthetically superb. Consider visiting Patreon.com/DIYPerks to support what I do here on ARworlds.
50MM Hexagonal Spacer:
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Shorter Standoffs:
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3D Printable Bracket:
drive.google.com/open?id=13BjW7t-nzwhGk6_2wpzPVMAwpOswcu5P

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  • Just fyi: if you need a 3D printer and or a fully equipped workshop its not exactly DIY its *I'm actually a small scale shop owner who's made [ITEM] in my spare time

    james Johnsonjames Johnsonأيام قبل
  • What is the white material ?

    Yiannis GavrilidesYiannis Gavrilidesأيام قبل
  • In Modern Living Rooms Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/

    Laura BrownLaura Brown2 أيام قبل
  • how does it compare to the blanket version?

    MortalMortal3 أيام قبل
  • this could also be used to make LED Light panels with a adjustments to the design overall

    AuraAura4 أيام قبل
  • I was just about to go out and get those towels only to see this video pop up. now i'm confused.

    Jason WrightJason Wright8 أيام قبل
  • Huge difference man, great job!

    ItsRashItsRash10 أيام قبل
  • i’m over here making towel panels like “that’s cool tho”

    Jake DownsJake Downs12 أيام قبل
  • Asbestos is probably sound absorbing

    Jakob MatthiesJakob Matthies16 أيام قبل
  • For anyone who sees my comment check out his other video where he uses towels, much easier to do in my opinion and just as good

    KooliboiKooliboi20 أيام قبل
  • Cool content!

    Flo MöllerFlo Möller20 أيام قبل
  • Sir how to make DIY cheap studio monitors

    Official Four Seven MusicalOfficial Four Seven Musical20 أيام قبل
  • 1. you need a 3d printer 2. you need a friend welp i dont have both

    Noah AlejandreNoah Alejandre22 أيام قبل
  • this is wonderful, am supper excited let's go build ours

    Spotfree ProductionSpotfree Production22 أيام قبل
  • "Hon, have you seen the new 800 thread count Egyptian Cotton sheets I just bought?"

    Michael PandolfoMichael Pandolfo25 أيام قبل
  • Would these help to stop noise passing through a wall to a neighbours house?

    John FitzJohn Fitz27 أيام قبل
  • Do these also work for sound proofing?

    Quintin GrahamQuintin Graham28 أيام قبل
  • not ideal for a musicstudio.........the triangels vibrate when the music has a high bass in it !.....to do just talinkg video's it is really good.......nice craftwerk btw ;-)

    Worldy magusWorldy magusأشهر قبل
  • #5:30 -- Wasn't another perk that found out towels was much better than these materials ?

    GUN2kifyGUN2kifyأشهر قبل
  • This ones vs the you ones you made out of towels?

    Bruno SolBruno Solأشهر قبل
  • would these be useful in garage for blocking road noise ?

    MrSnipeitMrSnipeitأشهر قبل
  • 4:39 damnit you need a friend for this build. Where can I buy one?

    Lodewijk HoogstraatenLodewijk Hoogstraatenأشهر قبل
  • Thank you for the inspiration! I tried to follow a made a few triangles. The worst thing was to get all the components from e-shop(s). I also decided to go for triangles with length of a=500 mm so I need to additionally cut ALU profiles. Also facing was kind of tricky for me, but the more I created the more I was skilled. Thank you again!

    Lukáš VonšíkLukáš Vonšíkأشهر قبل
  • I sound dead without any help

    CptEddyPriceCptEddyPriceأشهر قبل
  • great idea for diy panels. Even owning a 3d printer, there’s no way i could get the materials to equal $5 per panel. more like $20-25 for a 16in equilateral triangle frame.

    E NE Nأشهر قبل
  • What size is the aluminum L bar you jack ass ? THAT WOULD FKING BE GOOD

    dbltrplxdbltrplxأشهر قبل
  • What about the use of towels? You did that video in 2016.

    D BlankenshipD Blankenshipأشهر قبل
  • The limey didn’t like my comments eh?

    dbltrplxdbltrplxأشهر قبل
  • Once you made these the first thing I thought of was cheap canvas panels, I guess the canvas itself would be quite hard and cause sound to bounce?

    Ash RonaldAsh Ronaldأشهر قبل
  • if you have money for a 3d printer I'm guessing you have money to buy professional acoustic panels. who is this video for?

    Andrei DarieAndrei Darieأشهر قبل
  • How do the insulation panels compare with the towel panels that you made in another video?

    Cory Thomure MusicCory Thomure Musicأشهر قبل
  • 3d printer ahhhhh

    Jade SJade Sأشهر قبل
  • I love your videos and im not knocking what you just did but these are $2 a panel www.amazon.com/dp/B08DV2HZ95/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Bo-9FbVH2CGB9?psc=1

    Imperfectionist GamingImperfectionist Gamingأشهر قبل
  • wait..what if the room's walls are concrete or brick?

    Blade ViridianBlade Viridianأشهر قبل
  • Good grief. You can buy foam panels on Amazon for about $1 each.

    Mark JolleyMark Jolleyأشهر قبل
  • you look like Ramsay from GOT and its off-putting me haha

    sour deezillsour deezillأشهر قبل
  • Anybody found an alternative to that Aluminum frame? I cant fine anything like those online

    StoneStoneأشهر قبل
  • I just hang a rug across the wall. Ditto for the floor. Creativity gave way to impatience. Works, like right now!

    Dee WellsDee Wellsأشهر قبل
  • Rock wool is the best compared to any other foam

    prabhu sethuprabhu sethu2 أشهر قبل
  • Matt you are so hot and have really nice eyes !!

    Rob ZausnerRob Zausner2 أشهر قبل
  • i dont have a drywall or a 3d printer or aluminium guess ill buy the cheap shit from amazon thats like 50 cents a piece

    GreenStrqfeGreenStrqfe2 أشهر قبل
  • I gave a like as soon as i heard this gentleman speak... this is like one of those Hi Movie intros..

    JMTechZJMTechZ2 أشهر قبل
  • Ouuu this man on a perc

    Prod. KumaProd. Kuma2 أشهر قبل
  • SPOONGE

    Stanisław StachuYankes LisStanisław StachuYankes Lis2 أشهر قبل
  • The band practice rooms I used to practice at had cardboard egg pallets bolted to the walls and fluffy carpet glued over that. The carpet soaks up a lot of sound and the egg pallets reduced the presence of flat surface and hard angles, thereby scattering the sound and reducing revib

    KilravokKilravok2 أشهر قبل
  • Would be cool to add rgb to this concept!

    0RIG1N0RIG1N2 أشهر قبل
  • In Modern Living Room Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/

    Laura BrownLaura Brown2 أشهر قبل
  • I like the idea of triangles. However, your corners are not sharp enough for my taste. Also, you are using the wrong absorption material. Foam and plain Rock Wool will not absorb as deep as high-density rock wool. You can buy this as near-solid sheets from both Rock Wool and Isover. Rockfon (not cheap) also sells these and they have acoustics graphs so you can see the performance. You can also add a little space behind the absorbers - it will let them absorb deeper frequencies.

    Allan HansenAllan Hansen2 أشهر قبل
  • Man.. do not touch house insulation with bare hands! Always use gloves!!!

    TassaczekTassaczek2 أشهر قبل
  • Thanks for the video! Out of curiosity does the aluminium frame do anything other than hold everything? I would have thought that having metal would only make sound bounce around more.. Is it not possible to just sew a cover around the foam and hang it up? Essentially make wall cushions!?

    imalazimalaz2 أشهر قبل
  • You are number one! Dude. Thank you!

    HeccavHeccav2 أشهر قبل
  • Ribbit insted of screws eaven cheaper

    TurnoverAce6TurnoverAce62 أشهر قبل
  • DIY with hard to obtain materials and equipments. NO THANKS

    Introman 101Introman 1012 أشهر قبل
  • Superb project. Love it. However, you forgot the ceiling.

    LiqtorLiqtor2 أشهر قبل
  • Sponge Really//////////// a total waste of time and money .

    Michael comissiongMichael comissiong2 أشهر قبل
  • Would this work the same if you took a painters canvas, and filled that with the insulation instead?

    Jason TolleyJason Tolley2 أشهر قبل
  • Can these reduce my wife's voice also?

    Soldier16Soldier162 أشهر قبل
  • Holy guacamole that's a big difference! Nicely done as always!

    DIWHY.LIFEDIWHY.LIFE2 أشهر قبل
  • Yes, please compare these to your towel panels! I like the shape and may make towel panels with this shape and fabric vs the original square panels

    Wesley WamsleyWesley Wamsley2 أشهر قبل
  • One of the Best Ideas of SoundProofing is "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/

    Laura BrownLaura Brown2 أشهر قبل
  • Always superb content

    Danie NelDanie Nel2 أشهر قبل
  • As an audio engineer, definitely appreciate this. I watched some other video of yours and was wondering how good your audio quality is as compared to some other youtubers

    Anshul JainAnshul Jain2 أشهر قبل
  • Awesome

    SreejethRK Malayalam Hindi Tamil KaraokeSreejethRK Malayalam Hindi Tamil Karaoke3 أشهر قبل
  • What a joke!!! You can’t just start making panels!!! One must measure knowing the use case of the space. Stop listening to these people and hire a professional, that is if you are serious about solving the problems!!!

    Lloyd StoutLloyd Stout3 أشهر قبل
  • Leaving an air gap btw. the panel and the wall would vastly increase LF absorbtion performance. Because of refraction and also getting quite more absorbing surface

    Miquel MartíMiquel Martí3 أشهر قبل
  • How good is this compared to towels?

    DoragonDirudosDoragonDirudos3 أشهر قبل
  • Great DIY project! You are a most resourceful bloke sir! Small point of pedantry - You only need to say "one, two" when testing a mic: the "one" is the bass, the "two" is the treble.

    Adam PowerAdam Power3 أشهر قبل
  • What about the towels you used in your other video? Why didn’t you them?

    Daniel BlankenshipDaniel Blankenship3 أشهر قبل
  • maybe a stupid question but what are the dimensions of the aluminum profiles?

    niels bressersniels bressers3 أشهر قبل
  • One of the Best Ideas of SoundProofing is "SoundProof Curtains" it actually Block outside Noise coming from Windows. Check Here: livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/

    Laura BrownLaura Brown3 أشهر قبل
  • What type of Rockwool has been used? Thank you

    Lukáš VonšíkLukáš Vonšík3 أشهر قبل
  • I would expect some kind of a composite internal material would be more effective (two sheets of different stuff instead of just one).

    VioletGiraffeVioletGiraffe3 أشهر قبل
  • In case of the foamy material the whole aluminum bracket seems redundant. Why not just wrap the piece of foam with fabric?

    VioletGiraffeVioletGiraffe3 أشهر قبل
  • Actually, how you managed to mount it on the wall ? 😦 I didn't get it !😦

    няîssнои xняîssнои x3 أشهر قبل
  • It needs to be said that you can go over board by putting up to much and completely killing any liveliness that your room may have, so don't put up to much you just want to tame the amount of reverberation in the room and not completely kill it. Nice vid as usual.

    Gap Recordings NamibiaGap Recordings Namibia3 أشهر قبل
  • that breadknife technique tho 💯

    devdev3 أشهر قبل
  • DIY Perks never misses

    Toko XIIIToko XIII3 أشهر قبل
  • Hello. 5:50 what exactly should i read to see if it is safe? thanks

    Luffy DLuffy D3 أشهر قبل
  • Hi. How does these compare to the once you made earlier with towls ? =)

    MulDyrDkMulDyrDk4 أشهر قبل
  • why didn't you use towels this time? which one is better?

    Shubh BoradShubh Borad4 أشهر قبل
  • This is DIY, with an engineering degree and 20 years of construction experience. But then, yes, it’s DIY.

    AaronAaron4 أشهر قبل
  • Crazy difference, thank you and cheers

    AmpEditionAmpEdition4 أشهر قبل
  • Could you do a DIY tutorial on a mini box style sound booth for people who do vocal recordings?

    Dr Bubbling DinoDr Bubbling Dino4 أشهر قبل
  • The foam looks really good just without the fabric

    Just_MaröJust_Marö4 أشهر قبل
  • after watching multiple videos on acoustic panels, I realized I dont need these

    Antonio RiosAntonio Rios4 أشهر قبل
  • If i use wood to build the same triangular structure would i still get the same result?

    Zakaria JanziZakaria Janzi4 أشهر قبل
  • com as suas dicas eu fiz esse, sou teu fâ olha isso arworlds.info/video/yJihqJerm4yoiKI/fydyw

    CANAL GABIRUTA OFICIALCANAL GABIRUTA OFICIAL4 أشهر قبل
  • I am sajee

    Ashysha Ahamed AshraffAshysha Ahamed Ashraff4 أشهر قبل
  • Which frequencies do your diy panels absorb / diffuse / trap? What's their absorption coefficient rating?

    Kohn FutnerKohn Futner4 أشهر قبل
  • Mmmhhh... I think I already have already seen this in a different channel: Tech Ingredients almost 1yr. before this publication. See for yourselves. arworlds.info/video/3JeksHd2o4lnsHQ/fydyw

    SuperQuiqueSuperQuique4 أشهر قبل
  • I wanted to be able to experiment easily for the space I was working in. So, I used bed sheets (clean and washed) to spray glue the foam "v" squares onto the sheets. Then I mounted the sheets with the attached foam squares on the walls around the space. I believe it helped quite a bit because they also have a little space between the foam and the walls to catch the sound passing through twice as several have mentioned here.

    Antonio DanielAntonio Daniel4 أشهر قبل
  • Thanks for this! I had to make a quick sound studio at home for my daughter who needed to record video audition songs for music school. I didn't have time for this type of project. But, now that we are done I can go back and make several of these panels to replace the not very pretty standard foam "v" shaped squares I used. Have a great day!

    Antonio DanielAntonio Daniel4 أشهر قبل
  • never know Theon Greyjoy started his youtube channel after GOT

    Pankaj ShuklaPankaj Shukla4 أشهر قبل
  • Do I need studiopanels? No! But I really do want them now. This channel's is worse than Aliexpress

    Joost LubberinkJoost Lubberink4 أشهر قبل
  • you love aluminum.. don't you? 😂😂

    Shubham MishraShubham Mishra4 أشهر قبل
  • Those triangular panels look great! Also check out Tech Ingredients' channel, they tested quite a few diffrent materials with frequency sweeps in an anechoic chamber.

    GonunGonun4 أشهر قبل
  • Soviet people hang up carpet on wall for same reasons.

    FDog16FDog164 أشهر قبل
  • making them triangles is a stroke of genius in itself, thats probably one of the biggest reasons this works so well

    AladdinAladdin4 أشهر قبل
  • Why even start with aluminium framing? You could make an easier frame with cut plywood. Frankly, why do you even need to bother with the frame in the first place? Surely you can just cut some rockwool or foam, stick some long nails on each end, then cover it in fabric. You should be able to attach them to the wall with the same effectiveness. Use a hollow rod and a washer even to get right distance. Is it all because you just want really sharp corners on triangles?

    LuckBe AJGLuckBe AJG4 أشهر قبل
  • Great tutorial, thanks! Definitely will make the same, but hexagonal.

    Глеб БондаренкоГлеб Бондаренко4 أشهر قبل
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