Vocal room questions
Posted on Dec 05, 2005 08:22 pm
Member Since: Aug 07, 2005
hey everyone, i'm trying to put together a vocal room or probably more like a closet (very small) I was wonder what kind of absorbers people like to use. ive heard really good things about Auralex but theyre so damn expensive. Does anyone know of any other good foams that work well but are somewhat cheap? also, how much better is foam than say a heavy blanket on the walls? and if i were to use foam should i cover all the walls with it? certain spots? what do you suggest? lastly, i was thinking i could use this room for guitar cabs when i mic them, are "dead rooms" good for a nice thick guitar sound too? thanks alot.
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Dec 05, 2005 09:11 pm i found a site like a year ago that sells it cheaper and more and they have it in egg crate, pyramid and those kinda styles and in the density u want...... appox. 2lbs per cubic feet is the recommented density in most cases......if i find back the site ill post it
Dec 05, 2005 09:13 pm thanks alot. any links you guys have are much appreciated
Since: Aug 07, 2005
coolobace135 in the house tonight!Member
Dec 05, 2005 11:48 pm my friend found some foam on ebay for a pretty decent price. Maybe check there. I recorded vocals at his house, in his closet where he had put the foam and it really makes a difference. Much better than blankets and such.
Since: Jan 28, 2003
Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
Dec 06, 2005 12:00 am As for Auralex being expensive. Quality doesnt come cheap. They make probably the best acoustic foam out there. I have tried some of the other cheaper brand's over the years. If you dont mind them rotting away in a year or two then thats the route to go. Otherwise, sometimes it's you get what you pay for.
Since: Apr 04, 2002
But in a small room, it probably wont matter.
Googled ya up a ton of sites, have a look aroudnsome of them. www.google.com/search?q=A...:en-US:official
Dec 06, 2005 09:15 am Believe it or not a walk in closet full of, you guessed it, clothes works pretty well too.
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