I have read a couple of threads explaining how to soundproof a room but I am still not sure how to do it. I have a pretty small room, don't have the dimensions, but it's small I think. Now the thing is, this room is in the basement and it has two doors, one leading into another room and the other into the garage. I also have a carpeted floor, so i don't know if that is good or not. I'm guessing the carpet absorbs sound or something. But anyway I'd like to make this room totally soundproof. I just bought a preamp, a mic stand, pop filter and an MXL condensor mic, and the the sound is ok, and I noe it is better because i can tell the gue difference from when I used to record with a 10$ comp mic. But now it sounds as if im recording in an open room or something and i hear sound traveling around, I don't if I am using proper terminology. But anyway if I was to go about soundproofing this type of room, how do I go about doing it. And can someone please explain in detail like is there a special type of foam to use? Would I be able to soundproof the room by myself or should I hire someone? Where can I buy this foam? Do I have to attach it all around the room(ceilings, certain spots, etc.)? Are there certain things I should extricate from my room, I have a glass desk, a wooden and a synth piano, and a big cabinet. And when I go through the process of attaching this foam or whatever else can used to the wall, what do I use to attach it(krazy glue, etc.) or is the backside of the foam already made sticky? Will I be able to remove the foam from the wall without damaging the walls incase I move into another room ? Do I attach foam to the door? Please, I need somone to explain this to me in detail. Help is greatly appreciated.