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    Question sound isolation

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    yo, im thinking of recording vocals but i dunt know how to make them sound good. i see alot of people put up a blanket around the booth, is that a good idea, or should i get some of those acoustic isolation pads and put them on the wall. what do i do for the ceiling and the floor, i have carpet for my floor. does cup holders work like the ones in hustle and flow?

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    Dont worry about it. Just record them. You are gonna be close mic'd anyway so not too much room sound will be in there.

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    The mic and pre-amp is gonna make the most difference in your recording. If you don't have a mic I would suggest looking into Studio Projects...they make amazing mics for dirt. I got one with a pre for like 2 bills, it is a engineered copy of a 2500 dollar mic. As long as ther isnt too much room/computer noise this mic will do you just right.
    -T

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