Recording Studio Doors
How Our Recording Studio Doors Work
| Two sliding glass doors are mounted on each side
of your recording studio door opening; the recording studio doors can be mounted
in a variety of configurations according to your recording studio door opening (see
drawings in the recording studio brochure).
All of the recording studio door panels are
removable, meaning you can use the entire opening to
move oversized items such as pianos into the recording
studio area easily.
Example of our recording studio doors installed at MonkMusic Studios (studio designed by John Storyk).
Recording Studio Sliding Glass Door with High STC Values
With our recording studio doors, you can now get high STC values, which was not possible previously. Now you can use our recording studio sliding glass doors and get a higher STC than most solid doors.
If you mount our recording studio sliding glass door over a swing door (which is possible if the door swings away from the sliding glass door) you can improve the overall STC values and be able to see into the recording studio area until the last minute before recording when you close the swing door.
Benefits of Our Recording Studio Doors
Recording Studio Door STC Results
Using two soundproof doors we achieve STCs of 62/63 depending on either an 8.0" or 10.5" wall thickness.
Our recording studio brochure details how dramatically our recording studio doors block the low frequencies (42 to 47 decibels at 125 Hz).
Find Out More About Recording Sound Studio Doors
Request a free consultation on your recording studio soundproofing needs by filling out our inquiry form, or call us toll-free at 877-438-7843.
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