I really would like to know who came up with the idea of recording vocals in a bathroom/shower, so I could tell them they are stupid. I was just walking around my house with my drum sticks clicking them together listening for stuff and I gained a few things. I stood in a doorway facing the other end of a room which is a wall, and If I aligned my head right with my ears about level to the wall (parellel), I would hear excessive frequencies at around 15-20khz when clicking my sticks. And then I tried to click them over my head with my head in the same position, and the volume level was pretty tremendous, major increase. No, not because they were over my head, it wasn't as loud standing in the middle of the room. But anyway, I was standing in the hallway outside my bathroom and if I clicked my sticks the reverberation would build up in the bathroom and it made me laugh. But yeah, thats getting me to the point of the topic, which is, why in the world would anyone think a bathroom/shower is a good place to record vocals? That is absolutely the opposite of what you would want for a vocal situation. It just sounds nasty. It's not even good reverb, it just sounds like you're standing in a metal tank.