Posts Tagged ‘ acoustic treatment ’

Acoustic Treatment For Podcasting

May 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Podcasting, Podcasting Hardware

USB Mic TestbySomeAudioGuy SomeAudioGuy did a couple before & after tests comparing the results that he could get from a typical USB computer mic setup and a low-budget treated recording space. The example above was recorded using a Zoom H4n, connected as a USB mic, in front of a computer. The following example was recorded […]

Primacoustic Machine Room Computer Silencer

Jan 24th, 2009 | By | Category: Podcasting Hardware

At the Winter NAMM Show, Primacoustic announced the Machine Room computer silencer; a $699 fan-cooled enclosure designed to quiet down computers in recording studios, broadcast facilities and post production suites. The Machine Room features three chambers that work together to handle the task. At the bottom rear, cool air is sucked into the Machine Room […]

Vicoustic Intros Budget Acoustic Screen For Recording Vocals

Nov 28th, 2008 | By | Category: Podcasting Hardware

Vicoustic has introduced a budget solution for recording vocals, Flexi Screen Lite. The £65.00 unit has a dual functionality, absorbing the singer’s energy on the inside to give a less ambient sound, while at the same time, partially absorbing scattered room reflections on the outside. According to Vicoustic, Flexi Screen Lite’s acoustic foam has optimum density and thickness, using […]