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    Renting WSP BOX 150

    Soundproof booths for rent for shops and music academies. At affordable...

    125.21 €
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    WSP12

    1,999.00 €
  • WSP BOX 200
    WSP BOX 200

    Technical specifications of the WSP BOX 200 soundproof booths

    4,199.00 €
  • WSP BOX 400
    WSP BOX 400

    Technical specifications for home studio WSP BOX 400 soundproof booths

    7,399.00 €
  • WSP BOX 350
    WSP BOX 350

    Technical specifications of the WSP BOX 350 soundproof booths

    6,899.00 €
  • WSP BOX 300
    WSP BOX 300

    Technical specifications of the WSP BOX 300 soundproof booths

    5,799.00 €
  • WSP BOX 250
    WSP BOX 250

    Technical specifications of the WSP BOX 250 soundproof booths

    4,699.00 €
  • WSP BOX 150
    WSP BOX 150

    Soundproof booths for musician with special requirement. Its the most...

    2,599.00 €

Specials

For dubbing

What does an announcer demand in a soundproof booth?

At the level of sound an announcer needs two things above all:

1.- That the soundproof both attenuate the exterior sound.

2.- Eliminate the reverberation as much as possible. The recording of your voice should be captured with a clean and "dry" sound.

The soundproof both must isolate you from outs...

What does an announcer demand in a soundproof booth?

At the level of sound an announcer needs two things above all:

1.- That the soundproof both attenuate the exterior sound.

2.- Eliminate the reverberation as much as possible. The recording of your voice should be captured with a clean and "dry" sound.

The soundproof both must isolate you from outside noise, because companies demand a totally clean sound, even in postproduction they must erase their own breaths. Only your voice can be heard in your recordings and no external sound is accepted. In addition to this, the speaker needs to isolate himself from outside noise to concentrate on the text, especially in the audiobook, a format that has been booming for a few years and for which many of the speakers choose to acquire their own booth. The audiobook companies are interested in having a speaker record it in their own studio and also be responsible for editing it.

The cabin should attenuate the reverberation as much as possible. A sound with reverberation is considered poor quality. The sound must be as clean as possible, to be able to apply in post-production all the necessary filters (equalization, compression, multi-band limiter ...).

Other things you may need

Watertight cable passage: The sound will sneak through all the holes for which it is possible. The cable gland should be as tight as possible so that it does not become the weak point of our cabin. This type of customer will surely need to introduce an XLR cable with the connection for his microphone, and also very probably a connection to introduce a monitor in which to see his editing program and / or his text. The image connections with which we can find are HDMI, Display-Port, DVI and VGA, the last two being important for the size of its connector, which we must take into account when deciding the diameter of the cable gland, for that both can enter.

A ventilation hole: For work with audio books, the speakers will pass inside the soundproof booth several hours a day, even long working days those with higher volumes of orders. As it is a hole that connects us to the outside, its design must also be important so that outside noise does not leak and it also becomes one of its weak points. This is improved with natural labyrinth ventilation.

A place to support the keyboard and the mouse: Although the speakers usually perform post-production outside the booth, in a comfortable place since it usually takes hours, there is a part that needs to be done inside. We refer to the error correction. While they are talking they can make a mistake in a word, not vocalize it well, run out of air or not sing in the right way. We are not interested in that the speaker must leave the soundproof booth with a recording full of errors because it makes them waste a lot of time finding them and they lose much more time in the edition. For this reason they need to leave the booth with an error-free recording, and for this they need to have a keyboard and mouse to be able to correct them at the moment.

Support or anchor for monitor: In line with the previous point, you need a screen to interact with your editing program or even read the text. For this they will need a place to support the monitor with its support or an anchor to fix it at the back. The monitors are always placed above the eyes in the highest part of the cabin, and if possible with a slight downward tilt. It is placed in the highest part because at the height of the eyes they have the microphone, and this would prevent to see the monitor if it was at the same height or below. In our soundproof booths we will use the VESA standard that allows us to hang most monitors on the market.

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