Pardon me for stickin' my nose in down here in vocal land, but I have a pretty good reason for invading. In the process of building my studio, I'm just about ready to work on the isolation booth finishes. I have enough lumber to "do" the booth in eastern red cedar. I chose the cedar for the color and vibe I think it conveys. It certainly is some pretty wood, IMHO. Most of the time, the booth will not be used for vocals, other than say scratch vocals or VO work. But, I had a coupla' fellow AE's raise the question about the smell of cedar... How bad does the aromatics in cedar bother the voice? Is it bad enough to scratch the idea of sealing the wood and switch to another type of lumber? The last thing I want to do is make a room that will cause vocalists to have breathing or singing problems. But by the same token, if cedar would actually be considered a good thing to have, I'm willing to even leave the wood unsealed on all surfaces. Thanx for any insight or opinions.