I sing in an Acapella group (4 guys) - NarrowWay. We are recording with an amateur friend but has a decent home studio. We are working on our second CD. I do all the editing. The biggest problem we face is that when trying to edit the individual tracks, sometimes there is so much bleed over from the other singers, its nearly impossible to edit! There is only one room to record in. We have previously set up in a basic half-circle: lead@9:00, Tenor@7:00, Alto@5:00 and Bass@3:00. Is there any thing we can do/use (low-budget) that will help with the bleed over when we record again? I dont know what mics we used, I can get the info but Im hoping it doesnt matter TOO much and theres soemthing simple, set-up wise or sound blocker we can use and still be able to sing together in the same room. Thanks.