Sunday morning contemplations of something I'll probably never end up doing.
Everything I'm reading about isolation cabinets says they still sound boxy no matter what the acoustic treatment inside. I'm wondering if it's big enough and packed with a ton of absorbent stuff maybe it could work well?
What I'm thinking is a box big enough to work as a setup bench base, so the box has a larger bench top bolted on top, extending out the front for leg clearance. Maybe made of 1" thick MDF, maybe a box in a box kind of thing, maybe ported ala the Rivera iso cab. This kind of size anyway -
I don't really know much about acoustic treatment, and haven't ever used an isolation cabinet, so I'm just throwing ideas around. Any thoughts?
Forgot to point out that the rectangle in the middle is a door/access panel.