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They will be able to reduce echo in their complete state, but don't expect them to help too much, as there are some caveats: Just piling them up in a corner won't be very effective - they will absorb many frequencies better than a solid wall, but you still have flat reflective surfaces, and they will each have a resonant frequency. As long as the resonant ...
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Ideally you want to use a sound absorbing foam on the walls and ceiling - like this. You can buy panels already made, which will look better, but even just attaching foam like this to the wall will help deaden the sound. Use a carpet on the floor, and have thick curtains or rugs to hang over the windows. All these things will help absorb sound.
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