The various panels makes a sort of DIY vocal-boot, for my modest home studio.
Sound-clips talks, bullshit walks
Room without treatment:
and, with acoustic panels:
The pros of doing it like this are:
1) It's rather cheap
2) It's removable. Setup/down-time is like 10min. So ideal for a multi-function room.
3) Works quite well
So, here are some pictures
|This is the room with no treatment. |
Low ceiling (189cm), wood panels
and large corners for bass buildup.
|Me doing the audio-clips|
|Fold-able acoustic panel|
|Here it is open, ready for use|
|Adding hanging panels for side and ceiling.|
|Another type of mounting the panels|
|Here from the inside|
|Final booth, left|
|Final both, right. With opening for access.|
A madras is covering a gap.
The hangers are mounted with curtain wire.
Mic. used: C1 jj mod
Preamp: ssl9k (diy)