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If you record music or make videos in your home studio, then fitting some acoustic foam panels to the walls can dramatically improve the sound of the audio by deadening reverb and stopping nasty echos from spoiling the sound. This ISN’T sound-proofing, rather it’s improving what the sound sounds like.

This video shows you how to put acoustic foam tiles up on your wall – without damaging the walls!

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Paul Freeman-Powell

Paul (@paulfp) is the main presenter of the award-winning Switched On Network YouTube Channel, which covers a variety of interesting topics usually relating to his love of technology and all things geeky. He also founded and runs Innobella Media, where he leads in all aspects of video production, video editing, sound & lighting. A father of 3 children including twins, his hobbies used to include photography, playing the drums and cycling. With a degree in Modern European Languages, Paul speaks French, Spanish and a little bit of Italian, and holds dual British & Irish citizenship.

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