Improving Home Studio Acoustics

Many thanks to Jeremy Luscombe  in the U.K. of attribution to, who created this easy to understand Infographic, that he’s willing to share here at Bobbin’s Blog. It’s a great quick-reference guide to help improve the sound of the home studio for recording.  It’s definitely a topic very near and dear to any voiceover actor working out of their own home studio. And it’s a key factor in getting hired. You must have a clean, quality audio sound in your recordings. This infographic may be a handy adjunct to my earlier series on building a Do it Yourself Sound Booth.

A Guide to Improving Home Studio Acoustics