Got a quick, somewhat urgent question about sheetrock and acoustics. Due to severe height limitations, it isn't feasible to have any kind of quality ceiling, so noise control attempts are not even an issue. However, for the walls, all the information I read about is about building sound isolation, which is well and good, but I'd like to know about in-room acoustics and what is preferable for that? Again, sound insulation is not so much my goal. Should I do 1/2 in? 3/8 in? Dual layer with both? Soundboard + drywall? Should I also use glue to prevent rattles in the walls? I was thinking doing heavy dual layer, and I don't know if I should, because I was trying to figure out if that would reflect more bass because it's more rigid or what, I do not know. What are the tradeoffs for these different construction methods? This is for IN the room sound only. Thanks for your input!