The idea is from Peter Gelderblom (owner of club revolution and a DJ himself), who at first really hated the freefloats because of the 'bouncing' of the decks.
He put the freefloats in his DJ booth, and surrounded the freefloat with thick foam. This stabilizes the freefloats, and so bouncing of the decks is not an issue any more. No DJ that played there has ever complained about bouncing or unstability. It's an easy trick and it works well, way better than the earthquakes did in his club.
I couldn't resist.. I had a Freefloat to spare and just tried it :
Because not all foam has dried yet I will not be able to test this today, I would make my booth stickie with foam. A full detailed story of this project is almost completed...
And then for the final test... will it have effect to the effect of the freefloat (in comparisson to a freefloat without Foam Coating) ?
Possibly tommorrow I will be able to do a basic test.