What does NRC and SAA stand for? Sound absorption properties of acoustic materials can be measured in lab tests. Specifications for materials used in sound absorption commonly include an NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) for simplicity, in addition to more detailed frequency versus amplitude charts. The Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) and Sound Absorption Average (SAA) values are […]
When building your home recording studio one of the important factors you have to deal with is the sound transmission. To determine their soundproofing quality materials are tested for sound transmission loss values, that can be measured, and rated in a single-number rating system – Sound Transmission Class (STC). The STC rating figure very roughly reflects the decibel
What can I say but thank you Vocal Booth to Go! I have been truly impressed with the products I’ve had the pleasure of using. As with so many starting out in VO, I’d started by using a ‘top brand’ acoustic foam to treat my space, and while they managed to help, the difference was
WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE NEW SPB-2019 BOOTH MODELS ! Number of booths is limited, so it is sold on first come- first served basis. We have 3 sizes of booths available, SPB33, SPB63 and SPB66. Each size will have a single wall and enhanced double-wall option. This is what is new in the 2019
In this video you will see features and advantages of the new soundproof(er) sound booth. It is a preview of what is coming this year in July 2018. Also make sure to watch the second video about the testing of soundproofing efficiency of the booth blocking the sound coming in and going out of
Advantages of the SoundProof(er) Sound Booth 2018. The new booth was completely redesigned to improve efficiency, convenience and appearance. Even before we announced that the new SoundProofer Vocal Booth was ready to ship we were getting multiple inquiries: <<Hello! When are you getting the new version of the Soundproof(er) booth in stock? When are you
Echo, sound reflections, reverberations, flutter echo, comb filtering all these are problems that voice actor has to deal with to create a clear audio recording. And may be your home studio sounds great, what happens when you have to travel? Is there a product that can be used in any acoustic environment delivering consistent studio
Can you take Carry-on Vocal Booth (COVB) and VOMO (Voice Over mobile recording studio) on a plane? The answer is YES and NO. I have traveled with COVB, and then VOMO, both domestically and internationally few times. USA, Europe, South America, China, and I was always allowed to have VOMO with me on a plane.
Just a quick message of thanks for the excellent service provided and the quality of the blanket and screws ordered this week. Really impressed with the delivery- 2 days, and the quality of the blanket… it really has made a great difference to the music room and my son’s loud drum kit. Impressive. Many thanks.