The band is looking for a new space, and a friend showed us the basement of a villa she owns with her parents. She would be happy having us their, the only neighbour in the building is cool with it. The size is easily three times of where we are now, the price is right. The single caveat, possibly is sound. It's a quiet neighborhood and there're several windows, One big one (double-paned glass i think but quite old). Bricking them up is not an option. So, can they be adequately sound-proofed, and if so how? Most google searches turn up solutions for keeping noise out of a living spaces (trains, planes, street sounds, etc) so I don't know if they would work in reverse. The walls themselves are a couple of feet thick, so they aren't an issue, but the doors potentially would be. Here are some ideas for the window: 1. A heavy soundproofing curtain hanging over the windows. 2. A soundproofing plug 3. magnetically attached sound-absorbing plexiglass window 4. Additional something (but I don't know what) in or around the window wells outside the building. 5. A combination of the above Any advice on the relative merits/ disadvantages of these? What about the door? any ideas there? This is a really fantastic space, and your help is greatly appreciated.