NOTE: This is only a short explanation, there is far more info here - http://www.yourmissus.com/subwoofer/
Step 1: Cutting
My design with its double skinned walls does require quite a few panels - 18 in fact, and to ensure we end up with a rigid and airtight box the cuts must be very accurate.
Ideally for this task you would use a tablesaw - we are looking to achieve accuracy of panels to better than 1mm.
This would take some doing (or at least a lot of plane work and sanding) with a handsaw or a circular saw.
This first stage of marking out and cutting is very important (and a little boring) but it cannot be rushed.
The end result really does depend on how accurate these panels are cut, so measure twice, cut once, take your time etc...
It will pay dividends later.
Step 2: Glue and Screw
Once assembled though I don't think it hurts to brush just a little more glue into any remaining gaps, I try to get the glue as deep into the gaps as possible using a wallpaper scraper to push it in under pressure