Easy to Build Recording Booth

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Introduction: Easy to Build Recording Booth

The materials needed for this project are:

1 Shipping Pallet

2 Sheet of plywood (Size may vary depending on size of shipping pallet)

3 Compression Material & Compression Curtain (Size may vary depending on the space your building in)

4 Double sided tape

5 Drywall Screws and Small Ceiling Hooks

6 Measuring tape

7 Marking Utensil

Step 1: Apply Your Compression Material to the Walls That You Desire

*You will need the double sided tape for this step*

Chose a corner in your space that you want to put your compression on, next you will need to put double sided tape on each corner of your compression material and one strip down the middle, then apply your compression material to your walls.

Step 2: Apply Plywood to Shipping Pallet & Place Shipping Pallet

*You will need drywall screws to complete this step*

Align plywood on top of shipping pallet as perfect as possible, next you will need screw your plywood down to the shipping pallet to make the standing platform safe and secure, then you will need to place your shipping pallet in the corner where your compression material is placed.

Step 3: Hang Up Your Compression Curtains

*You will need either drywall screws or small ceiling hooks and compression curtains to complete this step*

Drill your compression curtains into the ceiling of your room where the shipping pallet and compression material are placed, you must make sure that you have enough compression curtains to close of the corner that you chose to be your recording booth.

*If you do not want to use screws to complete this step use small ceiling hooks to complete this step*

Step 4: Set Your Equipment Back Up

Set all of your equipment back up.

Step 5: Start to Record in Your New Inexpensive Recording Booth

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    4 Discussions

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    Dj-MikeD
    Dj-MikeD

    10 months ago

    Good Work. I would have just hung the moving blankets on the wall leaving space between the wall and the blankets.

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    Nice setup. Way better than the pillow fort that I usually record in.

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    chachmcgee
    chachmcgee

    Reply 3 years ago

    LOL! "Pillow fort." Nice.

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    jeffreyholden
    jeffreyholden

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank You