Doing voiceover work is a great way to earn a few extra Euros for the coming end of days, as well as keep your voice sounding rich and buttery all year round. I used to record voiceovers in my home studio. But last month, as part of my preparations for the End Times, I moved into an unfinished apartment which my boyfriend is busy rehabilitating.
Now I am living entirely off the grid, with the exception of my internet connection, and my power lines, and my free-to-air HDTV, and my clothing racks, and my espresso machine. And my memory foam mattress.
What I don't have is walls, a floor, doors, or a ceiling. How can you possibly record voiceovers in these rough conditions? The answer is a Do-It-Thyself Soundproof Booth.