A brief tour of my new ISDN voiceover booth and studio
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Awesome stuff for a total newbie like me. My plan for the week is to get business cards, hire somebody to do my web site, and find a place to make a demo.
Just watched the video. Thanks! It was great. I need some sort of booth where I am. On your editing desk outside the booth, are those Alesis monitors I'm seeing?
Frank, my guy charged me £1500 ($2,345) to build the booth, ex-cluding materials. It's made with a wooden frame, then plaster-baord, then compressed rockwool. An airgap, then hanging Tecsound T50, which is a heavy acoustic mineral, another airgap, then hanging underlay, a final gap, then the blue curtain. All these layers are also in the floor and ceiling.
I got the basic structure from an article on the Sound On Sound website. They said that in order to minimise outside noise, it's imperative to have several air gaps/layers factored in, hence the rockwool, T50, underlay and curtain.
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