sound. Since there are different mediums, some of which aid in the travel of sound while others are resistant to it, knowing about them would help someone to choose the right soundproofing material. For example, since air offers little resistance to the flow of sound, some people try to block its flow to soundproof their rooms. Vibrations can also cause noise problems when sound waves travel back and forth between multiple objects or walls. Once the person gets an idea about materials and mediums that can resist the flow of sound waves, next begins his quest to find cheap soundproofing solutions.
For soundproofing walls, usage of Mass Loaded Vinyl (MLV) or visco-elastic material between two layers of Sheetrock, which in turn are held using silicone caulking, can help. A person can also use soundproof paint over his existing paint to minimize the noise. Another cost effective sound absorbing material that comes easy on the pocket is sprayed-o