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Author Topic: Booth acoustic  (Read 743 times)

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April 20, 2014, 03:06:37 PM
Hi everybody !

I would like to have your opinion on the sound of my recordings. In fact, I built a recording booth and I would like to know if the sound is not too damped? Is there a way to relieve this "box" effect that we can hear ... (especially on guitar at 1:08)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/smbthr4isg0uoud/Acoustik1.mp3

https://www.dropbox.com/s/h6ndahzx2828m2r/Guitare.mp3

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ht6skf1mx3dti9k/Saxo.mp3





Thank you !!

F.

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April 21, 2014, 04:38:43 PM
It sounds fine, like a guitar recorded in a booth!

It's very hard to create a small vocal booth that won't have some low end resonance, you could try adding traps, etc, or just work out the frequency and cut a bit of it in mixdown. Generally, you'll find something in the 400hz area that needs to be cut a bit.

Personally, I prefer record out in a larger room, using some packing blankets to kill reflections, if necessary. This allows the bass room to dissipate, and reduces resonances. I realize it isn't always possible to work that way, though.

I think your recording sounds fine, and would be pretty easy to mix.




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April 22, 2014, 08:00:52 AM
Thank you very much for your opinion Johnsuitecase!!
And indeed you are right, we can observe the "effect box" around 447 Hz precisely ...

As I could see an example on the internet, I will try to put wooden paneling on acoustic foams tonight to see if it can brighten the sound ... For those who wish, I can put the results acoustic (REW) here...