‘’Producer’s Choice Sound Blankets are so worth it. They are a Godsend.’’ This comes from award winning podcaster Michael O’Neal during a video interview with VocalBoothToGo.com. Michael is the founder and host of a nominated 2O13 Stitcher Award Best New Show, The Solopreneur Hour – Job Security for the Unemployable. Aside
It goes without question that in today’s competitive world of voiceover, you will need to invest in a home studio of some kind. Your home studio will be essential for auditions, practice, and paid projects as they flow in. However, the cost of equipping a home studio may vary anywhere
4Chords Production offers many services to our clients. From producing and recording bands and artists to writing and producing sound tracks for short films, corporate and promotional videos, we do it all. We also offer mixing and mastering online services. 4Chords Production also publishes weekly articles on music production. The
A) Yes, we compared the two types of products against each other — acoustic foam, Aurolex Studiofoam Wedges, and Producer’s Choice Sound Blankets. An article about these findings can be found here. Comparison with acoustic foam.
In this video we tested how much sound blankets shrink after wash. Producer’s Choice acoustic blankets shrink about 1-2 inches in length and width after the wash. This happens because the blankets expand and get thicker. This video also provides an interesting example of Producer’s choice acoustic blankets in action.
We often receive questions about different ways to utilize our Producer’s Choice Sound Blankets. One reader asked if we recommend the blankets to be used in a warehouse where a school marching band rehearses — specifically looking for the best way to get better sound absorption by reducing the highs.
Q: What to do when you have a piano in an apartment on an upper floor and don’t want to disturb neighbors?
A) To lessen the sound of Piano for your downstairs neighbor without major work: you can do the following: 1) Place the piano legs on rubber pads. -> this will reduce the sound transmission through structural elements. 2) cover the back of the Piano with VB70 or MS 70 Blanket.
by Dr. Ann Utterback, AVoiceDoc One thing to keep in mind when using the Carry-On Vocal Booth at home or in a car or truck (or even when you’re in a sound booth) is your posture. Slumping forward, as many of us do everyday when using our computers, tablets, e-readers
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?