Beer glass scene creation
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# 1 26-07-2011 , 02:53 AM
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My Dream Office Challenge - GecT

This challenge sounds so kewl, I get to create a space without a budget!user added image


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# 2 26-07-2011 , 08:19 AM
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It does sound cool doesnt it user added image I cant wait to get started on mine but im at work for the next 7hours >_< good luck.

# 3 26-07-2011 , 12:27 PM
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Good luck Gen...LOL no budget...oh dear!! this could be dangerous mate!!!

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# 4 26-07-2011 , 12:51 PM
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lol.

good luck gen. missed your last challenge wip thread. watching this oneuser added image

# 5 26-07-2011 , 02:22 PM
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Good Luck Genny! Awesome to see your enthusiasm for this challenge user added image !

# 6 27-07-2011 , 01:46 AM
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Good Luck GecT......user added image

# 7 27-07-2011 , 05:02 AM
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I wanna give this challenge a go.....but good luck Gect. I am keeping an eye in this one.




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# 8 31-07-2011 , 07:22 PM
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Thanks for the encouragement guys user added image The room layout will be following my little Sketchup floor plan. Gonna to try to get something done today.

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# 9 31-07-2011 , 07:41 PM
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Nice layout. I get the feeling this is going to be a massive office?

# 10 31-07-2011 , 07:54 PM
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Recording booth? For music?

# 11 31-07-2011 , 11:25 PM
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i love how recording booths are always so minimalistic user added image




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# 12 31-07-2011 , 11:35 PM
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They kinda need to be, too large of a space can make the sound bounce too much, any extra crap in there can also cause the sound to be impure

# 13 31-07-2011 , 11:38 PM
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aah, that makes sense




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# 14 01-08-2011 , 01:19 AM
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@ Acid
Yeah it's gonna be "roomy". Not going to ramp it up to the ridiculous though.

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Voice overs, music whatever my squishy heart desires.

@ Chirone
Acid hit the nail on the head. What always made me curious was the bubble textures on the inside of sound booths, then I found out those also help absorb sound waves.


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# 15 01-08-2011 , 02:20 AM
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Ah, was thinking it would be huge because of the booth size... Any particular scale you're working to?

And yeah, all the foam stuff they use is to absorb sound so it doesn't bounce, along with black curtains, shaggy carpeting, and so on user added image

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