skywriter wrote:I am not confident it will fit through the zigzag vocal booth entry.
So you can sing? :mrgreen: Can't wait to hear it when finished!
if you listen to pop music for the last 15 years nobody has really had to be able to sing. it's all fixed in the mix with software/hardware. nevertheless, as unlikely as i would subject anyone to my tone deaf carping, i would be less likely to impose those methods as well. :)
in other news, 'vocal booth' is the generic term putting any small enclosed area to work that would otherwise be wasted, such as a short hall that serves as both an airlock to double door isolate two rooms is useful for close mic-ing of voice work. 'mic booth' is probably more appropriate to my projects. 'vocal' isn't always singing either as seems to be the modern usage. i am so sick of the auto-tuned, pitch corrected, micro-edited, software production sound.
just finished stuffing all my extra rigid fiberglass scraps inside the speak soffits. thanks heavens for nitrile gloves! the build should be completed within the week! very exciting!
skywriter wrote:Btw I did score an eventide Orville, and two Kurzweil KSP8's (with RSP8 and HUB7 and two analog 4port expansion cards :) 16 independent DSP channels!).
i've also ended up with one more Lexicon 224 than i need. the first one was DOA, needs recapping, etc... the second one is fine. I'll debug the broken one with the known good one, and the help of schematics and the service manual (thank you mr. internet!). if anyone's interested in a a re-serviced vintage digital reverb (the First!) it'll be ready in a couple of months; $1,500 USD firm.