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Mic Recording/Vocals

Hey all.

When recording vocals with my RØDE NT1A, is there any way that I can stop the echoing that I get without "padding" my room, etc.?
Thanks.

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Pro Audio Guest Tue, 06/12/2007 - 12:19
yeah good idea
you basically want the sound to be "even on all frequencies" so dence thick materials like insulation works well
you could always use an se reflexion filter they cost £200

but at least u know that it's designed for the job and it's extremely portable

it's just that acoustics is a tricky subject especially when self building even to us engineers best investing in something "designed" by guys in white coats lol
:P well thats my opinion anyway

moonbaby Sat, 06/23/2007 - 11:56
As has been stated MANY times before on this forum, egg crates of ANY ilk are a fire hazard and should be avoided. The "tent" made of blankets on mic stands is a tried and true, and has been used for everything from kick drum, to guitar amp, to vocal "booth". Plus, you can pack the rig away in a closet before the kids make a fort out of it!
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