Re: [podcasters] Soundproofing: the box option
- Here is the way I took the soundproofing booth:
Kept it on the cheap with everything coming from Target - trash can and foam
bedding mat. I used it for a while but to me it actually did too good of a
job in deadening the sound- almost made it too dead to where I had to add a
little echo via the mixer or editing software to make it sound more
natural. that and the fact that if you are trying to read anything it is
hard to do with you head in front of a trash can- but with the curve on the
front it seemed to block more of the background echo.
Just thought I would add my crazy addition.
On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 5:15 AM, Dan Kuykendall <dan@...> wrote:
> I had explained mine ages ago
> sethharwoodpodcast wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> > I know a while back someone made a video online about how to build a
> > soundproofing box
> > for podcasting. I watched it and went with my own option for
> > soundproofing, but now I'd like
> > to show it to a friend who's new to the game.
> > Anyone know anything about this video? Or where I can get good
> > instructions for building a
> > cheap, easy soundproof box to record with?
> > Seth
> > Jack Palms Crime
> Dan Kuykendall (aka Seek3r)
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