Unlike many of its competitors, the ErgoLab Stealth series of chairs is designed specifically for use in the studio.
Zaor’s Miza range promises smart, affordable, self‑assembly furniture to suit every studio.
Can this open, portable device help you capture a professional vocal‑booth sound?
I’m trying to figure out the best acoustic setup for a small ready‑made vocal booth, with a floor area measuring 4 x 5 feet...
The SOS editorial team shared notes to come up with 21 ways you can greet 2021 with a better studio.
The biggest investment most studios make is in bricks and mortar... and plasterboard... and Rockwool.
But is there another way?
GIK Acoustics' portable vocal screen is sensibly-priced and reduces room coloration, but without adding any obvious boxiness from the screen itself.
Has anyone at SOS had any success fixing Auralex LENRD bass traps to a soundproof plasterboard wall/ceiling?
Based on the same technology, the Iso‑Puck Mini is basically a miniaturised version of the standard Iso‑Puck.
What should I do if my home studio's window is located at a mirror point?
I want to record my drums at home but am having particular issues with noise annoying a downstairs neighbour!
Primacoustic’s VoxGuard and VoxGuard DT are compact acoustic screens, intended for use behind microphones.
Operating rather like a subwoofer in reverse, this crafty device controls low frequencies but takes up far less space than conventional bass traps.
Could this British company’s new take on the portable vocal booth be the most effective yet?
Diffusers are usually best deployed in larger rooms, but these new designs could prove useful in the smallest of studios.
The GIK Acoustics Evolution PolyFusor is a combination of a polycylindrical diffuser and an absorber merged into a single 600 x 1200 mm unit.
SE Electronics’ Reflexion Filters are well established items of studio kit, but the company continue to refine the concept and now offer several variations, the latest model being the GuitaRF.
The choice of materials for acoustic treatment is paramount. We find out what different types of absorber can and can’t achieve.
I’m looking to get some acoustic panels of the rigid fibreglass/Rockwool type for my bedroom studio.
This neat modular system slots together in no time at all, and is surprisingly effective.
I have double glazing but it's quite old, and I notice that other people's double glazing seems to cut out more sound...
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