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Editors Keys Launches the Vocal Booth Pro 2

January 15, 2014
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Editors Keys today launch the Portable Vocal Booth Pro 2, a home recording tool that’s the answer to all poor home recording acoustic conditions and guarantees perfect home recordings every time.

Home recording is now more popular than ever, with people becoming incredibly creative and software now more affordable than it’s ever been. The one thing that hasn’t changed is that most home recording artists and small production companies suffer with the problem of very poor room acoustics. The new Editors Keys Portable Vocal Booth Pro 2 eliminates this problem once and for all with a great value for money sound booth package.

The new easy to set up vocal booth comes complete with a full heavy-duty floor stand, something which competing products usually offer separately as well as brand new desk stand adapters, which allow you to take the booth off the stand and place onto any desk for recording when seated. The booth creates an acoustic shield around the vocalist’s microphone, preventing both external sound sources (such as air conditioning, traffic or computer noise) entering the microphone, as well as preventing the performed vocals bouncing off the walls, back into the microphone. This dramatically reduces audio interference during your perfect takes and not only improves the detail and sonic character of your recordings, but also gives you a crisp vocal, which is often hard to achieve when recording in certain studio setups.

The Vocal Booth Pro 2 is part of the new home recording equipment range from Editors Keys, a new cost effective version based on the successful Pro 1 version.

“We talked to over 3000 recording artists and asked them what common problems they faced. Getting good quality vocals was the biggest problem, and was one of the main reasons otherwise great tracks, only sounded good at best.” said Mark Brown, company director of Editors Keys.com

The Vocal Booth Pro 2 is available now for £169.99 at www.editorskeys.com

      
 
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