Cheap DIY PVC Vocal Booth – Part 1

Cheap DIY PVC Vocal Booth – Part 1

September 27, 2019 20 By Kailee Schamberger


Do It Yourself Vocal Booth using PVC frame
(Building and Parts) In this video In this video we will show you how to build
a PVC frame for the
3 by 3 by 6 vocal booth using our
Producers Choice Blankets™ To begin, start by laying out all the parts needed for the build. For this build we will be utilizing one-inch ten-foot PVC poles where you can make it out, whatever size and shape that fits your needs. We start out by cutting one of the vertical poles down to make our six and a half foot booth. By subtracting the corner links in the build we’re going to need each pole to be cut to 78 inches long After cutting down the first pole it will be about a 3-foot length left over. The short pieces cut from the 10-foot poles should be cut down to 27 inches each to make the horizontal pieces- and you’re going to need seven of those total. Take this three-foot length and measure out 16, 1.5-inch long lines for cutting into connection pieces for the corner builds You will then need to make six of these corner builds made up of five pieces Two T-connectors, one 90 degree connector, and two 1.5-inch cut connectors to make it look like this. So after these six are finished let’s move on to the last two corner builds. These will be made for the entryway for the frame made up of one t-connector, two 90-degree connectors, and
two 1.5 cut connectors as shown. Now we can start to assemble the booth after all the long pieces are cut down to 78 inches long We start out by putting the base of the booth together The two odd corners will go first. This is the doorway entrance for the booth. This way there will be no pole to step on as you enter an exit the booth Then place the eight vertical poles into the booth base The next step is to build the roof section of the booth with the remaining horizontal 27-inch poles and remaining corner builds. Carefully place the roof build on top and secure into the booth poles The PVC booth frame is now complete We are now going to install the blankets on the frame. We will use the SPV blankets that feature velcro loops at the top as well as grommets for flexible hanging. Start by hanging the blanket in the middle of the doorway. That way you will have an opening you can use and access the booth easily Continue around with the second blanket until you meet the first one at the doorway. For the roof you can use a normal vb 70 g blanket. You can install a few grommets in the back corners to tighten up the back like we did. Here’s the finished booth with the blankets installed. We also added a clip light inside for great illumination. Marterials Used
(8) 1 inch PVC Poles – 10 Foot
(14) 1 inch T-Connectors
(10) 1 inch PVC 90 Degree Connectors
(1) PVC CUTTER
(1) PVC Glue Producer’s Choice Blankets™ from
Vocal Booth To Go
(1) VB-70G Black/White 80×80 blanket w/ Grommets
(4) SPB Black/White 80×80 Blankets w/ Grommets and Velcro Tabs LED Light Options
No Noise LED Strip for Booth Illumination
Rechargeable LED Clip Light (LED-CLP) Booth Testing
No Blankets – Room Tone We understand there are many people out there who are looking to build their own vocal booth. There are many ways to do this. In the end hopefully you will get to the level you would like to be sonically There are many different plans and videos out there to follow but which one works best? We’re not sure about that but we plan on showing you another way of doing this with a design we have not seen before at least by us. Booth Testing Two
Single Layer Blankets We understand that there are many people out there who are looking to build their own vocal booth. There are many ways to do this and in the end hopefully you will get to the level that you would like to be sonically. There are many different plans and videos out there to follow but which one works best? We’re not sure about that but we plan on showing you another way of doing this with a design not seen before at least by us. We added another layer of blankets on the inside to make it double layered. Then did another test. Test Three
Double Layer Test We understand there are many people out there who are looking to build their own vocal booth. There are many ways to do this and in the end hopefully you will get to the level you would like to be sonically. There are many plans and videos out there to follow but which one works best? We’re not sure about that but we plan on showing you another way of doing this with a design not seen before at least by us. In this design, we used only the T-Connectors and 90 degree connectors because they are readily available than 3 way connectors.The double pole design provides better support and is much easier to build. For more information, visit VocalBoothToGo.com