I'm looking into getting a whisperroom cubicle. From what I have read this may be a sure-fire solution to any noise issues and though expensive initially, its an investment as you can take it with you. Does anyone have experience with this for the violin?
I'm particularly interested in both its effectiveness with the standard setup and also with what the dimension requirements are - width for ease of bowing and also height if you want to stand. The standard room is 6'8 high but there is an 11 inch extension option which I think I will need. Width wise its very flexible and I'm considering 5'x7' (152x213).
PS John: it has a built in air circulator...
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