There is a scene in the movie Hustle and Flow, a quasi-drawn from real life picture, where the individual, the protagonist, papers his walls with cardboard cup holders. It’s an old house in a poor neighborhood in Memphis, where he doesn’t want to disturb his neighbors (or give away his sick beat).
He’s attempting to rap to a hip-hop hook and the movie, which stars Anthony Anderson and Terrence Howard among others, focuses on an individuals–a pimp in this case–trying to make it big with one hook. It’s an attempt that includes all the focus on the music within the movie and that big moment when he alters the walls of the room to provide noise canceling.
For all budding musicians, whether they be guitarists or singers or drummers or the like, practicing in a home is possibly what gives Continue reading “Hustle and Flow Sound Dampening Tactics”