DIY Vocal Booth

I’ve been wanting to do this for years. I work for the US Government,  I had a three day weekend this past weekend, so I took the opportunity to clear out the closet in my studio room and using about $400 USD, I converted it into a highly functional vocal booth.

Basically, once the closet was cleared, I hung a big box of twenty-four 2″ x 12″ x 12″, and some 2″ x 24″ x 24″ Ultimate Acoustics foam I purchased from Guitar Center.

I ran a 25′ XLR cable from my patchbay into the booth.

I placed a mic stand in there. I’ve been trying out different mics, the one pictured is an MXL CR77 (my favorite for my voice).

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1992-94 Jackson Parts-Mutt

The finished product. It’s basically an old 90’s Jackson super-strat that wants to look like an Ibanez (?) – hard to say.

Its composition is a 90’s Jackson black basswood body coupled to a 1994 Jackson JSX94 Concept (17mm) neck. The “devil bat” decal covers some pickguard damage from the previous owner.

The trem is (my favorite) a Jackson JT-580. I rebuilt one and jammed it in there. Actually, it’s what would have come with the body as the stock locking trem.

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Number Nine

If you read the article The Essence of Reality, then you’re familiar with my concept of the decimary computer and how I believe it governs the hologram reality we exist in. I made some brazen statements in that article about how I believe this reality behaves as if it were a computer program and how I feel different mathematical constants, like the Fibonacci Sequence, make up the rules of the construct.

I’m going to build a little bit more on those concepts in this article.

We’ll begin with the number nine because, for me, it’s the most interesting of Tesla’s three numbers and, I feel, it holds some of the most valuable information in the system. Continue reading “Number Nine”