Auralex PlatFoam

Vibration-stopping Riser Support for Stage and Studio Applications
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Tame your environment!

When used as riser support, PlatFoam Isolation Foam GREATLY purifies the tone of whatever's on the riser and yields dramatically improved isolation characteristics, thus minimizing sound transmission to neighboring spaces. This is a fast, portable, easy and affordable solution to many of your sound isolation problems!

Famous folks including Hollywood composers, world-class nightclubs, houses of worship and more are using PlatFoam with great success! Try out some PlatFoam yourself. You'll be absolutely amazed at the improvement it offers!

Features:
  • 2" x 4" x 4' pieces of high-density foam Box
  • Quantity: 24 per box (will float an 8' x 8' area)

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Manufacturer Part Number PLATFOAM_KIT

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2/5

Didn't help me much

I bought this to reduce floor vibration caused by my hi-hat pedal. When I stomp on my hi-hat pedal my microphones (particularly my overheads and kick mics) pick up the deep / low frequency vibrations. I read that decoupling from the floor with PlatFoam would eliminate the problem. Unfortunately it did not do much to reduce the vibrations picked up by the mics. Going to try the Roland Noise Eater next. Hopefully between the two solutions I don't get any more bad vibes!
Music background: Drummer
See also: Sound Isolation, Auralex, Auralex Studio Isolation Tools