I was pleased as a pig in poop that our home studio area had a big (8' ceiling, 10'L 6'W) walk in closet I could record VOCALS in. Clothes on one side, rug, and the rest bare walls. Was going to put some 701 board fiberglass up on the walls and ceiling- basically make it dead. Thought that was OK. According to a post I just read (and replied too, so sorry for double post) Seems not (?) I see those recording booths you can buy pre-fabricated and they look like 4 walls covered with acoustic foam. What is the best way to set up a vocal booth in a closet- acoustically? Dead or diffused? I don't want a phone booth sounding vocal! How does this sound for the 'vocal booth' closet. Build a small false floor on 2x3's and plywood over the rug. Keep the clothes on one wall (stops flutter?) SOME fiberglass on the ceiling and back wall. Building a thick isolation door. A tube trap for bass. We'll be doing rock (some real singing, some yelling) and rap vocals. Thanks in advance!