Vocal/Iso booth at home?
Like many here, I just have small studio at home, it gets improved as time/money allows. I am wanting to add a somewhat acoustically treated space for mostly vocals, but cannot do a full construction project of properly doing floating floors, non-parallel walls, and so on. I have researched a LOT online, and have seen most variants, from a cube of foam with a mic in it, to full "suck-the-air-from-your-ears-quiet" padded rooms. I think what will work for my budget and space is a so-called 'open booth'. I have a corner I can use, one side is concrete (this is in a basement) the other is general cheap panel 2x4 construction. Basically a properly padded corner, vocalist with back to the corner. In front of the vocalist would be an acoustically treated screen (like a room divider) with three sections, kind of defining a square that the singer is standing in a corner of. Just padding everything with foam is not accurate, it blocks things from 300-400 hz on up, but does nothing for bass resonances. The divider can/needs to be removed for normal life in that area. What things do you all use for small budget iso booths?