It's been nearly a year since I built my sound recording room / foley room in the garage. Now that I've launched the new web site, the USFX 1.3 update, and 4 sound design packs, I finally found time to edit some video footage I shot during the room build process to compare the effectiveness of different steps in treating the room to absorb sounds and make it as close to a dead room as I could.
There is a short version of the video which just contains the hand clap comparison for each step.
If you want more detail of what, how, and why - check out the full video below. I hope you find it useful if you are considering building a sound recording or foley room. If you are just here for curiosity of what goes into recording dry sounds I hope you find it interesting. Give me a shout if you have any questions =)
Want to find out more? I also posted "making of" blog posts for the build of the room:
Making of the Sound Recording Room Part 1
Making of the Sound Recording Room Part 2
Making of the Sound Recording Room Part 3