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Voice-Over Setup - Odd Room Shape

Hello! I am getting started in the world of voice-over (commercials, audio-books, characters etc...), yet background noise from neighbors is gong to be an issue in my apartment, as they are very loud and love to stomp around. The room pictured below, although odd, is going to be the best option for me all things considered. As a complete newbie to this world I am looking for your advice on how one might go about soundproofing this room, or are the angular walls going to be too much of a disadvantage? The room is about 13' x 8 ' not including the space before the window.

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