Drum booth

An acoustic isolation booth or small room primarily intended as an enclosure for the recording of drums, traps or other percussion instruments and their players. Acoustically sealed off from the main recording space, drum booths have bass traps to prevent loud percussive transients from being heard. Some drum booths are not fully enclosed. This type of booth does not provide complete isolation, but does avoid the small-room problem of standing waves and lower midrange resonances that can give enclosed booths an unnatural, closety sound.

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