Why does acoustic foam sound “boxy” or “boomy”? We hear this statement from more and more people who have tried foam-based portable vocal booths and then switched over to our portable Carry-on Vocal Booth Pro. The Carry-on utilizes Producer’s Choice Blankets, and because of this, the end product is a
Sound blankets are an effective and economical alternative to acoustic foam. In other articles, we discuss the cost efficiency of acoustic sound blankets versus acoustic foam, superior acoustic quality as well as the versatility of applications. This article, however, was triggered by a question of the DVX user forum:
In the environments that require good sound control, there is a constant search for the most efficient and most reliable products. It is etched in our brains that effective products do not come cheap, and that you have to pay big for effective results. But is it really so?
When preparing a space for audio recording or creating a vocal booth, people often wonder what the best type of blanket to use for sound absorption. A first guess is to use moving blankets — they are easy to find and fairly inexpensive, right? But, what is the difference between