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How To - DIY Vocal Booth VS Reflection Filter - Part 5

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DIY Vocal Booth VS Reflection Filter (a comparison) - Part 5/5



5) Are there any alternatives to improve my vocal recordings?tl_files/images/content/booth-filter-08.jpg

Fortunately YES and they cost about the same if not even LESS than a DIY vocal booth!

If you really want to improve the sound of your vocal recordings – get a reflection filter. These nice little things are getting placed behind your microphone where they will kill all diffused reflections, giving you nothing but a nice, clean and dry signal without cutting off your highs or making you all sweaty.



  • If you don’t want to record a band
  • If you don’t have plenty of space (big house)
  • If you don’t want to buy tons of water for your artists
  • If you don’t want a big immoveable room inside another room
  • If you can keep your mouth shut while somebody’s recording


Do NOT buy or build a DIY vocal booth and get yourself a nice little reflection filter / vocal isolator. They aren’t expensive, will do a very good job and if you order one today you will probably receive it by tomorrow! 


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