Published at Monday, October 15th 2018. by Trisha Crawford in Blanket.
After we've put sound blankets in this room, I have one on the counter top in front of me. One hung behind the camera with the with two century stands and then a piece of electrical conduit, metal, piece of pipe, very small, pipe that I bought from my local hardware store, and then I have another one on the floor behind me again in kitchens typically you'll Have hard floors of some sort and putting them down on the floor will mellow out the room pretty dramatically. So this is the difference.
Let me clap a few times here, there's still some reverberation, but not nearly as pronounced as it was before now, a particular blanket. I use are called producers, choice, blankets, these are sound blankets, they're, specifically made for helping to manage reverb and echo in a room and they're available at a website called vocal booth to go leave a link for that down below the problem. I experience is that, when these showed up, they really really really smelled bad. I contacted them asking what the smell might be and whether they were treated and how to kind of get rid of that smell. They never responded. So I set out to solve that problem.
Myself, what I did is I washed each blanket three times with lots of detergents. Distilled vinegar, baking soda also hung them out on clotheslines out in the Sun. So after three to four washes, each of those blankets was definitely usable again, they didn't smell like they did and didn't make my skin itch make everything really uncomfortable now. Could you just use moving blankets? Instead, these look very much like moving blankets. These are the blankets that are typically wrapped around furniture when you're moving, and the answer is yes, of course, you could use that you could use any sort of blanket. However, these blankets are specifically designed to absorb sound and they actually have a noise reduction coefficient. So they've actually been tested in a lab.
For that purpose, mainly they're going to cut down on high frequency sounds so that's going to be again anything that's probably above about one kilohertz to two kilohertz they're going to be most effective in those ranges, but that's really what you need when you're shooting that tends To really really improve the sound pretty dramatically now, if you are going to use other blankets or a couple of things to keep in mind, ideally, you want a blanket with a cover where the fabric is not a super tight weave. It's a super tight weave, which is often the case with synthetics. It's actually going to reflect some sound, so it's not going to be nearly as effective as a blanket that has a coarser weave
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