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    ok so right now i am gettin ready to relocate my studio and i am gonna be building a new vocal booth. Now what i was wondering is this wich would be better for acoustics a regular squared off room or a room the shape of like half a stop sign comin off of the two walls that r already there. any help would be great adn if u need me to specify more just let me know. thanks in advance.

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    http://www.massivemastering.com/spec...VocalBooth.pdf

    Something along those lines might suit you well. It's rather tiny, but it worked well in a practical sense.
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    cool deal man, now that is just a 7 by 9 room with basically big acoustic walls in it at angles, right? now jus so i know for future references and such, would the idea that i had for a booth work well or would it not be very practicul. i should have exact measurements as to how much room i have too make a booth in a few days, so i can be more specific as too what i am working with. but this should be a good start so i can start planning my **** out.

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