View the Pictures Just moved in a new house from chicago to LA, and I have an artist flying in from new york, so i had to whip up a booth in the last few days. (female singer) overall, around $1000 to make. Walls: 4 sheets of drywall on each wall r13 acoustic insulation 2x4 studs walls are just under 6 inches thick. Door: door is solid, all they had was an exterior door with metal, so it had to do, i put the auralex on the inside of the door so that it didnt sound so bad. Foam: i still need to get some more foam for the bottom of the booth. Convenience: mounted a 15 inch screen to display lyrics. we are recording about 25 tracks, so i figured the screen would speed things up, and eliminate paper noises. Recording: k2 mic gonna run through avalon 737, or a 610. Floor: The floor is stone, i may throw a carpet down. the stone was apart of the original floor. Aside from the floor, its floating. (walls/ceiling) Mobility: It is all able to come apart. The walls are built separately and joined with bolts along the top, bottom, and sides. there is insulation in the cracks. I made it mobile since I might get another space for my studio, so I might only use this booth for 4 days. then ill move it and turn it into permanent. (the walls individually actually weight over 200lbs) What you think? Any ideas to improve it?