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TREATED CLOSET vs REFLECTION FILTER
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8th February 2013
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TREATED CLOSET vs REFLECTION FILTER

I was wondering what would be the better investment, paying about 60$ for Room Essentials Matress Toppers (1.5 Inches thick) to cover 90% of my closet or paying 110$ for a Sterling Audio Vocal Microphone Shield. What would be better and why. Please Help !
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8th February 2013
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Both of your proposed solutions involve compromise so it will get down to what you're trying to accomplish, how your studio space is treated, etc. I personally prefer a portable booth made of gobos over working in a closet. I have used SE reflection filters when tracking a band live in the same room. It's a mixed bag solution and I'm not really resolved on how I feel about the compromises. I've had better luck with the gobo booth than reflection filters though.
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