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I have a booth which is lined with Auralex foam on the inside, so it's sound treated but not sound proof. So can fiberglass be added to the outside of the booth to sound proof, or does it have to be placed inside under the foam?
I'm buying a "box" to put into my studio and want some opinions about how formidable the sound-proofing needs to be in the studio walls themselves. I'm getting a 7X7 IAC box and installing it in a 15x15 room [essentially it will occupy 1/4 of the room itself, but the IAC is pretty soundproof in and of itself ~ how intense do I have to get on the actual walls of the studio ?? Any input wold be appreciated . . .
These NT1A mics are sensitive. I have the same problem, raise the mic up a bit. So your mouth is under slightly.
Turn your head a bit. This is what works for me.The pop filter doesn't stop all of those plosives.
I joined this group because I have a home studio. In it I have a rhode ntk which I LOVE, but sometimes I find my plosives to be too much. I do have a pop screen filter, but I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions. Thanks!
Hey Booth Builders and co.,
I'm doing some booth renovations, my new website is up, (www.voiceoftj.com), and I'm going to be a guest of the 'On Vox' podcast tonight, (6:30 Pacific Time), give it a listen if you get a chance!
Happy Holidays and Good Reads,
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