Frequently Asked Questions
You can find various instructions on how to assemble and how to use Vocal Booth and sound blankets here: Acoustic products. Assembly and Use instructions
We carry three models of Portable vocal booths. Al off them pretty much the same booth at different stages of development. If the question is about the size , then any of our portable vocal booths can accommodate any type of microphone. To see Microphone compatibility chart click here ==> Microphones
Yes! Simply take them to your local laundromat (not dry cleaning) and put them into a commercial washing machine, use regular detergent but not too much. Your home machines won’t be large enough to accommodate the size of the blanket. Then use a commercial dryer and put them on high
The blankets come in different weights because they come in different sizes. The material is the same this is why the NRC ( noise reduction) is the same. The NRC is tested for a material sample. The size of the sample for testing must be standard, so any lab test
Q) There’s a video that says that the ceiling track kit will support the producer’s choice acoustical blanket 80″x80″. Will the ceiling track also support the 80″x96″ and 80″x120″blankets?
Yes, it will support the 80 x 96 blanket and even the 120 in long studio blankets. The heavier the blanket, the more gentle you need to be sliding the blankets on the tracks. More weight pits more pressure on the rollers and make it harder to roll on the
Q) I was just wondering what “VB-70G” means. Because i see that there are 70G’s all the way up to 77G’s. Is there a difference?
All Producers choice sound blankets have the same acoustic quality with NRC 0.8 (80% noise reduction). But they differ in size, color and grommets. All even numbers (like VB70) have one side white, the other side black, All odd numbers ( like VB71) have both sides black. Letter “G” stands
Q) How can I control traffic noise entering the patio section of my home I don’t want 100% sound proofing, but the best i can do to get the maximum gain?
A) You will need a dense material like Mass Loaded Vinyl that is Weather proof and UV resistant. Sound absorbing material such as acoustic blankets or anything of the sort hung over the fence will do nothing for soundproofing your house. Many people confuse these terms. “Absorbing sound” means sucking up
If you found us through an online forum, you might have noticed complaints about an awful smell coming off the blankets. They may have looked like this: 19th December, 2012: [The blankets] smell like some kind of petroleum distillate. We did have a problem at the time. It was difficult
A) For stucco ceilings, attach a flat horizontal support first. For example, you can attach a wooden frame (like 2 x 4 studs) and then attach the ceiling track support brackets to that flat support. Here is a video on hanging blankets from a drop ceiling that may help give you
A) The difference might be marginal. But in theory, loose fiber would absorb sound better. This is because in loose fiber each of the filaments have to be agitated individually, therefore more sound energy being spent on “shaking ” each individual fiber. In tightly pressed filler the fibers that are “stuck
A) Yes, we offer a rental program for our acoustic vocal booths and later for the sound booths. Please contact us to discuss your project. https://vocalboothtogo.com/acoustic-and-soundproofing-products-vocal-booths/vocal-booths-rentals/17#ja-pathway **We have currently suspended booth rentals during the Covid-19 pandemic**