How to achieve a high quality sound in a studio room

Room quality is very important a well designed room with high quality sound proofing can make you soundings sound immaculate. This is important as you don't want to waste time making a recording that you thought would sound like it was done in an amateur studio booth or it sounds like you recorded it in an open field. You need to try to get a dry effect on your vocals. The dry effect basically is a vocal that is clear without any echo's on it. (Echo is sound caused by the reflection of the original sound normally reflected on walls) if you place blankets on the walls it can dampen echo's. Empty egg cartons can also be used to to reduce echo. if you place them on the majority of your studio walls. Another alternative is to use carpet material.

You can make your own recording booth at home about the size of a shower cubical on a shoe string budget. This will give a professional booth sound. You want the listener of your recorded songs to enjoy your vocals as well as the instrumentals. A high standards of recording is the key to success. If it sounds to much like a demo the listener will be waiting for a professional recording to be made. You do not want this kind of result from your recording you want sales from your finished masterpiece unless you are actually making a demo. If you are making a demo the highest quality recording is not essential but you will benefit if it is of the highest quality possible.

You could purchase a mini recording both which is lined with material to absorb echo. It is designed to absorb echo so the sound quality should be professional. If you put effort into making high quality recording they will sound professional.
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