After leaving my studio, I'm working on new solutions for creating my productions until I can afford a space of my own. I live in an apartment, so I can't be too loud. I'm looking into grabbing some sound absorption Blankets from http://www.audimutesoundproofing.com/ I know they only help a bit with the mid-high freq, but I only need to make the cymbals & vocals quieter for my apartment so the neighbors don't complain. The shells & kick will be triggered with my Alesis kit so I'm not worried about the rest of the kit's sound/vibrations being an issue. And (like all the cool kids do now) I DI the guitars & bass. so no worries there. I just recorded a kid screaming his lungs out last week without any complaints from the neighbors so I imagine I can get this done pretty well without issues but cymbals may be a bigger disturbance. anyway, any thoughts/tips? are the Blankets worth it? I know all the forums give them a bad wrap, but all I need is the Cymbals to be a bit quieter. would normal Blankets be just as effective for only cymbals?