Vocalists, voiceover artists and podcasters deserve the best possible environment for recording vocals, one that is expertly acoustically treated, spacious and comfortable.
Many of us don’t have access to the regular use of a professional recording studio or a permanent vocal booth, but with the Imperative Audio Portable Vocal Booth, you can record at home in the perfect conditions, seated or standing. The PVB can be packed away in a couple of minutes and anywhere to record your next session.
Imperative Audio believe that creating the right environment for you and your microphone is paramount for achieving great sound and performance. Space, comfort, versatility and acoustics are all key elements for any vocal or instrument booth. Now you have it all, plus portability.
With no less than 3 high performing layers of acoustic treatment and the optional roof, the Portable Vocal Booth offers an incredible 0.07 secs reflection time (RT60 in accordance with ISO 3382-2 Measurements) and an average of 28.4dba reduction (One-Third-Octave Spectrum LZeq in accordance with IEC 61260) which is unheard of for an open booth solution.
The Patent Pending design of the Portable Vocal Booth’s light, aluminium and cylindrical design largely eliminate the issue of standing waves usually found in and around corners of vocal booths.
Imperative Audio want to create the perfect environment to meet the demands of musicians and voice over artists. The PVB stands at 210mm at its tallest setting, offering good headroom for even the tallest performer. If you record from a seated position, simply adjust the PVB to sit on your workspace and record in comfort.
The acoustically treated roof is easy to add securely to the PVB, not only that but it features a 30cm channel allowing you to lower an overhead mic into the booth.
Equipped with a robust music stand and adjustable LED light. All supplied in a protective carry bag, truly making this the ultimate home & studio recording solution for musicians and voice-over artists.
It’s not just vocalists who benefit from the PVB. Guitarists who need amp isolation can drop the retractable legs of the PVB to get the most out of your recording.