Primacoustic announced the FlexiBooth, a cupboard shaped acoustical device designed to turn a room into a voice-over booth by opening the doors.
The Primacoustic FlexiBooth features a 24"x48" wall print that when open, creates a large 16 cubic foot recording area. This is suited to position a microphone within the recording zone. The FlexiBooth is equipped with three high density 6lb per-cubic-foot fabric covered acoustic panels that will absorb frequencies across the entire voice range to deliver a 'dry’ voice track. This allows the post production engineer to add effects such as reverb, echo and equalization to the track to create sonic landscapes such as a rainy back alley, gymnasium or mountain range. This makes the FlexiBooth ideal for all types of voice-over work and for recording vocals on music tracks.
The FlexiBooth can also be used to 'tune the room’ simply by opening or closing the doors. For instance, if a project studio was equipped with several of these, you could close all of the doors to create more 'air or ambiance’ or open them for a dry, darker room tone.
The FlexiBooth is entirely constructed from particle board with a washable black melamine finish. To save on freight costs, the FlexiBooth ships flat and it takes roughly 20 minutes to construct.
$399 US Retail
For more information, visit their web site at www.primacoustic.com.
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