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    heres mine.... i dont use it for rap though
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    oops one more time


    never mind i guess its not goin to work
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    NEED? Music itself isn’t even needed, much less the equipment to make it. You don’t need anything but O2, water, hunting/gathering skills and shelter to survive. Everything else is unnecessary. But since when has anything in life been about necessity?

    Shit, I didn’t realize Norway was Communist. In the US, working hard and making sacrifices to get what you want is what it’s all about…..The American Dream. There is no limit on the number of possessions or wealth a person can attain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi_D_Ho_Man
    The booth is terrible easy and inexpensive to set up. I took mine down cuzn I don't have room for it in my new spot.

    Its a frame made with PVC pipe and blanket draped from the top, make it as big as is comfortable for yourself . if for vocals only, it wont have to be too wide or long. but if its reasonably possible that you'll want to record acoustic guitar or drums in there now or in the future it's best to go ahead and go bigger. Should cost you $70-$100 depending on how big and how many layers of blanket you'll use.

    Oh ya All it does is reduce the amount of fan noise and room reverb you would norm pick up
    How tall did you make yours and how tall should I make mine (Im 6 foot tall) How did you put the blacklight in there and what did you do for an entrence?

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    How High???
    At the time when I built it the tallest cat in my crew was about 6'5' so I made the vertical poles 7 ft. after the joint fitting were connected it ended up well over 7 feet.

    Blanket Hanging???
    I hung the blankets with vynyl ties (the same ones some people use to tie audio cables together) .
    here is the ceiling shot of the one I built notice the black straps and the extra rods to keep the ceiling from sagging


    Black Light Hanging???
    The black light I used was one of long tube bulb types. The fixture was plastic so i took it apart, made two holes in it and feed a vynyl strap thru each hole to make "belt loops" Then with 2 more vynyl straps, I strapped the blacklight to one of the ceiling rods.

    Entrance???
    You'll be using several blankets to drape the entire perimeter of your pvc frame. At the point that you decide will be the entrance, you should have two of the blankets meet side by side like curtains. At this spot the vynyl straps should be left fairly loose so that you can slide the back and forth easily like a shower curtain. All other straps should be pulled as tight as you can get them.
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    can't find my camera but here's the layout of my lab.

    with one exception, the drum kit is about to be moved

    http://www.angelfire.com/indie/studiosetup/

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    i use thos same monitors. if my pockets were fatter i would use the FW-1884 too.
    nice setup.
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    thanks

    tascam has the Fw 1082 a smaller model of the 1884 and 1804 which i believer is the software version

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    cool, i'll look into that.
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