June 14, 2024

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Mitch Zlotnik, Founder and President of Audimute, needed soundproofing to keep the peace in his household while he played his drums. The solution he found became the basis of Audimute.


Creating a recording studio acoustic treatment plan can be very overwhelming. Few companies will take the time to walk you through the process of creating an effective acoustic treatment. Audimute is different. Our customers typically want to know what to do, why to do it, and how to do it. Our Acoustic Specialists will take the time to help you prioritize your needs and find a solution to maximize the results with whatever your budget may be.

Watch the video for an overview of Audimute Acoustic Panels

Audimute has spent years helping musicians, recording professionals, and home audio enthusiasts solve their sound problems. We’ve learned that the difference between a successful studio acoustic treatment project and an unsuccessful one is often determined by the professionals you choose to work with. Make sure any company you work with:

  • Has extensive studio acoustic treatment experience
  • Understands what success sounds like to you
  • Will work with your budget
  • Understands affordable and effective acoustic treatment options
  • Explains every option for acoustic treatment
  • Has an excellent reputation and product guarantee


Music generates sound waves which freely travel through the air unless they are stopped by quality studio acoustic treatment. Properly treating your space will give you the power to control the sound and tune the room. Absorbing many of the mid- and high frequencies to keep them from bouncing off the walls thus reducing echo and distortion from reverberation. Our sound absorption solutions for walls and for ceilings effectively fix sound problems caused by high and middle sound frequencies

Using products like Acoustic PanelsSound Absorption Sheets, and/or isolé® Sound Barrier Sheets will help you to fine-tune your studio acoustics in an attractive way that will literally transform the acoustics in your studio. Acoustic Panels and Sheets reduce echoes and reverberation by absorbing sound that would otherwise reflect of hard surfaces like walls, floors, and ceilings. These products are ideal for vocal booths, rehearsal spaces, and studios. To prevent sound from entering or exiting your studio, then soundproofing solutions like our Sound Barriers are needed.

If you have any questions or would like free advice on how to best treat your studio, then chat with us, fill our our Free Room Analysis Form or call 1-866-505-MUTE to speak with an Acoustic Specialist.

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