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Discussion in 'Vocals' started by JazzyT, Jun 19, 2005.

  1. JazzyT

    JazzyT Guest


    I have a nice studio setup at home but not for recording vocals. Its not sound proofed etc etc...

    Does anyone know where in London I rent a great sounding room.

    I can take my portable G4 Powerbook with Logic pro 7, Motu 828MKII, pro mic etc and do it all myself with my vocalist and guitarist ??

    I dont need any recording studio services, just a good sounding room.
    I have looked around but most only have the actual recording and engineering servoces OR rehearsal rooms which are huge. Just a nice small sound proofed room...

  2. therecordingart

    therecordingart Well-Known Member

    Jul 28, 2004
    What can you record if you can't record vocals? When you say soundproof are you meaning acoustical treament or keeping sound from leaking through the walls.

    Either way I don't see how you'd be able to record drums or guitars in an untreated area and not be able to record vocals.
  3. JazzyT

    JazzyT Guest

    I am recording digital based stuff, i.e. synths/plug-ins/DI bass/DI Guitars. Nothing acoustically.

    Thanks for answering my question on a good sounding room to record vox 'Mr. last posty person' !!!

    For others, I will be hoping to record vocals into the Mac system on location, then taking all that home to mix.

    If anyone owns a studio with a nice sweet small vocal room for rent for 4 or 5 hours then let me know asap cheers![/code]
  4. therecordingart

    therecordingart Well-Known Member

    Jul 28, 2004
    What city are you looking for?
  5. JazzyT

    JazzyT Guest


    I am going to be in London approx 20th to 22nd July.

  6. Fishybob

    Fishybob Guest

    I'd say get out your duvet and give it a go at home!

    Thanks to Paul Whites articles in Sound on Sound, my home vocal recordings sound dry, clean and clear. It also saves me a large fortune!

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