Constructing your own music practice room in Bristol is a fantastic idea if you’re serious about singing, playing instruments, or DJing!

Instead of cramming a drum set into the corner of your bedroom, music rooms provide the perfect private space for practicing, recording, and performing whenever inspiration strikes.

How do you set up a music practice room at home

Keen to learn a new musical talent or improve the way you play and perform? Regardless of whether you want to practice the drums or create a well-equipped recording studio, setting up a secluded space with a set purpose can help you to spend more time pursuing your musical passions.

If this sounds like the perfect set up for you, then you’ve come to the right place.

Below, we explain how you can set up your own music practice room.

Inside or out?

One of the biggest questions you need to ask yourself when setting up a music practice room at home is whether it should be inside or out. Separate to the household, a garden music room is ideal if you want to create a comfortable and purpose-built space away from the hustle and bustle of the family home.

Plus, an inside music room may not even be a possibility if you simply don’t have the space. On the other hand, if you do have the space for an indoor music room, they can be more convenient.

However, you may face more interruptions from family members and must be mindful of potential noise from both within and outside the practice room.

Install the sound proofing

While less of an issue if you’ve opted for a garden music room, soundproofing is essential if you want to avoid noise complaints from neighbours and prevent disruption to other family members while they’re trying to relax, too.

Thicker walls or floors, foam panels, and insulation can all help to suppress sound from travelling between rooms and floors.

This is because music rooms within the home are less likely to have thick, purpose-built walls that contain and muffle sound.

Garden music practice rooms, on the other hand, are not only set further away from the home, but can be specially built with thicker walls, soundproofing, and insulation to prevent sound from even the loudest DJ sets from disturbing your family and neighbours.

Add the equipment

Once the room has been thoroughly soundproofed, you can add the finishing touches – your essential musical equipment! While the type and amount of equipment your music practice room requires will naturally depend on your interests, it’s important to ensure there’s enough space to comfortably practice and perform.

Alongside your equipment, the right mirrors, lights, and furniture are all important additions when it comes to helping you relax, focus, and assess your musical performance.

At Vivid Pods, we have years of experience creating bespoke music rooms that meet our client’s specific needs and wants!

Discover your ideal music practice room in Bristol

On the lookout for a quiet and comfortable music practice room in Bristol where you can hone your musical skills in peace?

At Vivid Pods, we help families live in harmony with our impressive selection of garden music practice rooms. Customised to suit your specific requirements, we support budding musicians and passionate DJs while simultaneously ensuring their families can still relax in their own home.

These garden music practice rooms are separate to the household and often situated at the end of a property’s garden. This thoughtful configuration not only provides the musically-gifted member of the family with their own private rehearsal space, but helps to prevent arguments regarding noise and practice hours!

With so many features and options to explore, you can build on your musical talent while admiring your outside space with floor-to-ceiling glazing or perform from dawn ‘til dusk with low-energy LED spotlights. With a wide range of sizes, specifications, and finishes, our expert team will be on hand to deliver.

To find out more about these robust and stylish structures constructed from solid engineered structural FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) timber and steel, please don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable team.

We welcome enquiries submitted via email to Plus, you can always get in touch using our online enquiry form. Once we’ve received your enquiry, you can rest assured we’ll get back to you shortly to find out more!