Soundkitz AE-F Reflection filter?

Discussion in 'Microphones & Recording' started by 8track, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. 8track

    8track Active Member

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    I'm dealing with some issues with pretty bad reflections in my recording spot. I'm currently using a walk in closet to get most of my main songs down. The problem is I'm recording in a closet and the second problem is this closet isn't the best for recording in.

    I did did get some help before and got down to placing a few pieces of foam where I could fit it but the trouble is that I still need to use my closet space for non recording reasons so I can't go aurelex crazy in there. I have a good side of the space freed up so I can set my gear up in there but that's about as good as I can get it.

    So I don't have much room to play in. I've been researching my butt off these past few weeks getting getting some good tips on what might be able to help me out. I was recommend the Soundkitz AE-F on another forum where I asked the same question.

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    I did follow up on it and heard a lot of good feedback about it. So I'm hoping I can get some good results from it as well. My apartment is big enough for a walk in but the 3 other rooms in this place are even worse to deal with. This has been a frustrating battle to deal with this and my nagging wife every time she see's me hauling my gear around the apartment trying to setup a good spot.

    Trying to get some ideas on maybe this or other gear out that might help. SE Reflecxion filter is out of budget and I haven't heard to much good info about it except for it falling over. Other gear I checked out were the Auralex Mudgards but I don't like their design so much they look kind of restricting and I need a wider backing for my mic.

    Thnx, 8Track
     
  2. 8track

    8track Active Member

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    I doubt anyone cares but for what it's worth I did end up buying the Soundkitz AE-F. I'm still using it in my recording setup and it has done its job well. Mostly I use it for mains and back up vocals with limited effects as I used to try to mask the screwed up ambience of my studio with help from my Mpx 500 but since I've been getting better vocals using it I haven't had the need to use those tricks. I'm no longer in the closet as I came out no pun intended but I'm actually recording in a studio my bud and I built back in Feb. Were' still getting most of the gear together but this thing has really done its part.
     

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