So first of all, I record in the corner of a room facing away from the wall. And before I tried doing any kind of sound proofing I noticed in my recordings that I could hear a slight echo of my vocals (it sounded like I was recording in a room, which obviously I don't want, it's rap vocals btw). To prevent this I stacked up three sets of totes about chest high and it's shaped like this: [_] Now on each of the totes I put one couch cusion in the same way and it closes off all gaps and I can't see anything in front of me (because the mic is obviously IN the little "vocalbooth"). I then put a blanket over the top, and once all of this is done, I clap outside of it, I can hear the echo, then I clap in the "booth" and I hear no echo whatsoever. So obviously this solved my little voice echoing problem. However, the one thing that I'm wondering is if this will cause any other problems that I'm unaware of. I don't know much about recording vocals as I'm new at this, and I knew I didn't want that echo, but now I'm wondering if this will make it sound any worse. So far, so good. But I wasn't sure if I'm missing something here and if this is actually hurting me rather than helping me. Thanks for any info!