i was wondering if a vocal booth is ever too small for clients, i.e. a
"regular" person just doesn't want to work in it.
the smallest one at vocalbooth.com looks *really* small!
I'm in the middle of building one (I had to stop for a while 'cos I got
busy with other things). The one I'm doing is about 4x6x7 feet
(roughly). I could make it bigger, or add a 5th wall and turn it into
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> i was wondering if a vocal booth is ever too small for clients, i.e. a
> "regular" person just doesn't want to work in it.
I would exepct that there are some, maybe even plenty, who would feel
uncomfortable in a small booth. Heck, some people feel uncomfortable
in a large booth. But sometimes you do what you gotta do.
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