Hi, I have a cheap premade shed that we put up earlier in the year. I use it to record commentary and voice overs in. We did a pretty poor job of insulating and soundproofing it before and now with the winter more rain has been coming through. We had a carpet down but a lot of water was coming in from the bottom of the shed. We have pulled up the carpet and are drying it all out now. With this I am thinking how best to water proof and possible leaks and how to also better insulate and sound proof the whole structure. At the moment we have caprg pinned to the walls with a foil over them and plaster board over that. I didn't know if this was the best option (on a tight budget) though. Especially since 2 of the plaster boards need replacing I wanted to know if I should of maybe used something else instead. Sound proofing is more of an issue that heat but I'm very tight on money. Should I scrap all the plaster board and change it for something else? Should I continue with the plaster board but apply sound proofing foam or something else over it all (which I was planning)?