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Re: Positioning to mask sound [message #93977 is a reply to message #93974] Fri, 02 July 2021 21:35 Go to previous message
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Thanks for your suggestions! He got here yesterday and I had everything ready. I'm the one making the noise, so I put both a fan and a white noise machine near the bed in the guest room and another set in the living room. My brother probably wouldn't have fussed about the noise, but I have a gig coming up so I've been doing a lot of practicing after work which just happens to be late at night. This new "noise maker" arrangement seems to be doing the trick or I'd have heard him up and about last night.


 
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