[LAU] studio prep question.

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Sat Feb 24 07:38:45 CET 2018

Keep in mind that a ceiling and especially a floor connected with the
walls, could render all the sound reduction of the walls useless.
Apartments in new buildings usually provide very good sound reduction
for regular usage of an apartment, but even this often gets broken, if
the residents do-it-yourself install laminate flooring, since the sound
often gets transferred from the laminate flooring to the walls, because
the wrong installed laminate flooring has got contact with the walls.
To cut it short, sound reduction is full of pitfalls and suffers a
lot from the weakest link. IOW the sound reduction that works very well
for a friend, might not do it's job in your flat, regarding some hidden

$ pacman -Q linux{,-rt-securityink,-rt,-rt-pussytoes,-rt-cornflower}
linux 4.15.4-1
linux-rt-securityink 4.14.20_rt17-1
linux-rt 4.14.12_rt10-1
linux-rt-pussytoes 4.14.8_rt9-2
linux-rt-cornflower 4.11.12_rt16-1

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