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    I live in a studio and the whole building is full of studio flats,this girl in one of the studios literally blasts her music at random times, especially the night. Now when I say blast, I mean she has speakers that have a powerful bass! Literally when her friends come round it's the worst thing ever because they're screaming it's mad. Someone had reported before then the noise died down for like 2 months but now it's like worst than before.

    I don't want to complain because if I ever want to play music (even though I have s**tty speakers, with no bass, that can't compare to hers) I don't want to feel conscious when I want to play it.

    What should I do?
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    Well you could talk to her? Invite her down to your room to hear how loud it is. See if that helps. If it doesn't then report her again.

    Don't stress about your own music, she can come talk to you if there's an issue.
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    I live in a studio and the whole building is full of studio flats,this girl in one of the studios literally blasts her music at random times, especially the night. Now when I say blast, I mean she has speakers that have a powerful bass! Literally when her friends come round it's the worst thing ever because they're screaming it's mad. Someone had reported before then the noise died down for like 2 months but now it's like worst than before.

    I don't want to complain because if I ever want to play music (even though I have s**tty speakers, with no bass, that can't compare to hers) I don't want to feel conscious when I want to play it.

    What should I do?
    Slip a note under the door? It doesn’t have to be signed from you, and you could type it up if you’re scared of her recognising your writing.

    Something like “You’ve been warned before but the volume and timing of music is very annoying for neighbours. Some of us have tests throughout the year, some of us have mental health issues which require a full nights sleep, some of us rented a room with a bed for the year with the intention of sleeping. Yes the rest of us play music on occasion but not at X am in the night! Please have some respect for the rest of us wanting some rest or I will be reporting you again to the management. Yours sincerely an exhausted neighbour.”
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