Spare Bedroom? Let’s Make A Home Studio! – Part 3

This is the final submission to my little Star Wars-esque trilogy. I quickly realized that pics and text weren’t going to do it for showing the final result of my treatment installation in my home studio. So, I opted for a video. I probably ramble a bit, here and there and I realized afterward that I don’t seem to have a “good side”. So, please be kind. I’ve never done something like this before. 🙂

But, I think it is clear that the treatment (and studio in general) work very well. I am pleased with the results.

Here are some before and afters to help show the impact that the treatment has when recording voice-overs. I’m using the raw files, because I think they showcase the echo quite prominently. The final, in my opinion, is far better than the first one. I was thrilled when I did my first VO in the treated room. Money very well spent. Check out the comparison.

Without Treatment
[audio:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2926250/PCV-RAW.mp3]

With Treatment
[audio:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2926250/APC-RAW.mp3]

Well, without further ado, let’s watch my directorial and acting debut showcasing the new home studio.

Thanks for sticking around through the series. I hope it helps someone out there attempting to do the same thing.

Till next time…

David (Cali Dingo)

 

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