So I've read around for a few hours and not many good things about vocal booths in general. Mainly that these dead rooms have a boxy sound.
...Well, wrong way to start. I guess, I should've started with, I live in an apartment because that's all I can afford, and I'm a singer!
So warming up and particularly doing scales is very painful to know that someone else is hearing me and probably not enjoying it. I use to live with roommates but then its even worst because they really can hear you singing and they'll just flat out tell you to shut up.
I'm also looking for a solution to record vocals in without having to pay for studio time since I have all these nice gear sitting at home plus I get my best takes and harmonies at home as well.
So Ive been checking out these Whisper Rooms. I mean this is a company still in business. They have all kinds of models, use by different artists... so they can't be THAT bad, right? I mainly read bad reviews about vocal booths here, I hope is not biased. I found the perfect booth but I don't want to spend all the money and troubles to then find out is not going to work.
Besides the article from Ethan on Vocal booths and the vocal booth myth article, what actual experiences have you had with Whisper rooms? Do you have any recordings? Can I 'get by' with them or is it going to sound totally awful and boxy?