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    We all now we sound great signing in the bathroom due to the acoustics offer by the tiles. But how good would using the bathroom be for recording voiceovers etc?

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    Not very good I'm afraid.

    Singing in the bathroom adds reverb, a sort of echo. It makes the sound "smoother", the audio equivelant of a soft-focus filter. Also it tends to add more echo in the lower frequencies than in the upper, giving a nice "round" sound.

    In voice-overs you (usually) want clarity, rather than an echo.

    Also, you can always add "reverb" or "echo" in post-production but you can't get rid of it once it's been recorded live.

    Good idea though!

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    Same as what was said by The guru.
    Apply your effects to the dialogue afterwards. A convolution reverb unit/application will be ideal. - Video, sound and editing kit hire at accessible prices

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