Today I reveal the most cost-effect soundproofing for podcasting and voicer. You can easily setup a totally soundproof vocal booth for recording.
Don’t be fooled by this short episode. After a decade podcasting I’ve found that this simple tip for creating a vocal booth is one of the most effective methods for soundproofing an environment for recording.
I use this exact hack every time I travel to a new area where I will stay for at least a couple of weeks to a month. It works much better than the small mobile mic booths which I used to use years ago.
If you would like to start a high-quality, professional podcast, without spending a fortune head over to How To Start A Podcast .ORG and check out my course. It’s not live yet, but it will be very shortly. And once it’s up, and I’m accepting memberships, you’ll want to be one of the first to sign up, becuase the first 50, or so members will recieve a free phone consulation with me as well as a free vocal processing plugin stack setup designed specifically for your voice. What that means is that I will take an audio sample from you, and configure an effect stack that you can copy on your computer (using my suggested software, and plugins) and use for podcast. One of the most difficult, and confusing, parts of podcasting is learning how to utilize vocal processing plugins to get a high-qualiy, professional sound. After 10 years of audio engineering for podcasts I’m a pro at it, and a customized effect stack is really worht more money than my course itself. However, I want really want to get feedback on the course so I’m offering this big bonus for a limited time.