Hey, I am recording hiphop in a home studio. I have a good quality Shure vocal mic. I've built a mic booth before, but I don't have the space or resources to go through that process again. I'm set up in the corner of a room with flat walls and ceiling and a hardwood floor. Predictably, I have a horrible flat echo on my vocal tracks. My question is: will applying sounproofing material to the corners do the trick? I'm thinking that if I just deaden the sound in the corner, I can do without having to build a booth. I'm also thinking of applying eggcrate foam two feet out from the corner, maybe 2x2 square on the ceiling, and at least a rug or something underneath the mic. Will this kill the echo effectively enough, or do I have to surround the mic with sound dampening material? Any input would be appreciated. If anyone wants to see what I'm working with, I'd be happy to email you a picture of the space. Thanks a lot!