Studio 31 is popular as one of the quieter production spaces in Vancouver… I figured it was time to dive in head first and make it the number one sound stage. This latest project was so daunting, I have been putting it off for years. I
had a faulty monoglass installation from 10 years ago that needed to be stripped out and resprayed. The studio had to be emptied, covered in poly and sprayed with fibreglass impregnated with glue and black paint. You can only imagine how messy this endeavor was. Not only is the sound quality improved, but this added R20 insulation to the new roof which now totals about R40… yet again reducing our carbon footprint. Monoglass is also inert and guarantees a minimum of 37% recycled content which is good for the environment.The studio was completely enveloped with Poly
Although the spraying was messy, itchy, sticky and dripped black paint for a couple of days, the sound quality of the shooting space is now perfect for my video rental clients. This will be further perfected with the removal of the garage door and installation of sound proof steel doors… more blogs to follow.
A total of 4.5″ was applied to the ceiling (over double the listed amount in the above chart)