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WHY VOMO. “Why VOMO?” – You ask? Because you want to be successful. And VOMO delivers. With VOMO all your other expensive recording gear will suddenly make sense. Why is that? Because for ..Read More
David Raouf created this detailed video installation of our Producers Choice blankets in his drum room studio in order to dampen the noise coming out of his studio and into as well. He measures the ..Read More
What are sound reflections and reverberations and why do you need to care? When we talk about sound reflections think echo. If you are in mountains, a cave, large hall or an empty room, say ..Read More
With the availability of more compact and less expensive recording gear, available and easy to use software, it becomes very easy to record your gigs at home. But despite the fact this gear has definitely ..Read More
Vocal Booth To Go is happy to offer a new product to help get your home studio acoustics under control. Most acoustical solutions are either mounted on a wall like acoustic foam or sound absorbing ..Read More
With many audio editing platforms available today, recording can be done in the comfort of your own home, although it is not as easy as buying a microphone and pressing “Record”. Room acoustics are paramount. ..Read More
There’s tons of little known important tips and tricks to being hired, called back, and liked in the music community. There are many many more ways to lose the job and never get another chance. ..Read More
“There are three key aspects in capturing good sound — the quality of the instrument, the quality of the player and acoustic room treatment,’’ Martin Morrisette told VocalBoothToGo.com during a video interview about his music ..Read More
It goes without question that in today’s competitive world of voiceover, you will need to invest in a home studio of some kind. Your home studio will be essential for auditions, practice, and paid projects ..Read More
What does NRC and SAA stand for? Sound absorption properties of acoustic materials can be measured in lab tests. Specifications for materials used in sound absorption commonly include an NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) for simplicity, ..Read More
When building a home recording studio or a vocal booth, it is important to understand the different approaches one needs to take when tackling soundproofing and acoustic room treatment of the recording space. The first ..Read More
In today’s world, the voiceover professional no longer has to worry about getting into a car, driving through traffic or even fighting for a parking space to get into a studio to do a voiceover ..Read More
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