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Old September 28th, 2005, 03:23 PM   #31
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"a friendly kick in the ass if appropriate."

Hmm, can I order one of those?

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Old September 28th, 2005, 03:58 PM   #32
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"a friendly kick in the ass if appropriate."

Hmm, can I order one of those?

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Old September 28th, 2005, 05:50 PM   #33
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If not, you've got way too many sweaters in there which will absorb all the "sweetness"; i.e. the highs and lows that make a voice seem rich and full. It's a matter of balance as some more informed folks have already posted.
Oh, wow. I would have assumed you can't have too much padding, since more would cut down on your echo and background noise more and more.

Ok, maybe I'll try taking a few of them out. My problem was that when I had less padding, I got a bit of an echo when I talked into it.

This may sound crazy, but here's what I've been considering for a more long-term solution: a shower is really a wonderful size for a recording booth. My idea was to buy some foamcore (four pieces) about 4 feet tall, by about 2 feet wide or so. Maybe another smaller one one as a lid, too. Glue some foam to them (just like in the video that was posted earlier). Then you could lean each one against the walls in a shower with the foam facing in, and just sit in the center. It's portable - I can store it when I'm not using it.

Am I stepping into the bounds of crazyness? In theory it could work - I can move my laptop down there when I record, and it's a nice solid space to work in.

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Old September 28th, 2005, 06:47 PM   #34
 
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Am I stepping into the bounds of crazyness? In theory it could work - I can move my laptop down there when I record, and it's a nice solid space to work in.

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Not crazy at all. In fact, I've seen this done before...a shower turned into a vocal booth.
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