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ClearSonic IsoPac A – Drum Isolation Booth Installed

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by Drew Brashler in All Posts, Drums
August 16, 2012 1 comment

Yesterday some goodies arrived at the church for me. We ordered a ‘ClearSonic IsoPac A’ drum isolation booth from John at Muzeek World. It shipped in multiple boxes the heaviest being 116 lbs!

Setting it up was pretty simple, the most tedious part was removing the paper protection on each of the clear panels. I was impressed with the amount of shipping protection that it had. If you are setting one of these up, make sure you have help, it took two people to get the main shield upright to attach the vertical riser parts. All in all, It took us a total of about an hour to get it all setup including moving the drum set in there.

Overall space inside is great. Plenty of room to get the drums set up in there as well as a bit of room to squeeze around to the back of the drumset to place microphones. The hardest to fit is the stand for the overhead drum microphone.

I will be taking some dB readings today at practice to see how much different the drum volumes are on stage and in the congregation. Read my next post to see those readings. I imagine there will be a significant lowering in dB on the stage allowing for lower monitor volumes. We have set up the Behringer MA400 headphone amplifier off an aux send on our board for the drummers monitor.

One of the main complaints of our traditional service is that the drums are too loud. Not to mention, the choir onstage gets blasted with the drums. Before this booth, we had a small drum shield which mildly helped. My complaint is that the drums bled so much into the choir mics that I would get more drum overhead going into the choir mics than I wanted. So I am excited to mix with this booth.

For now here are some photos. By the way, our church is just finishing up a food drive, so that is why there is a bunch of peanut butter and stuff on the stage.

ClearSonic IsoPac A Photos

ClearSonic IsoPac A

ClearSonic IsoPac A

ClearSonic IsoPac A

ClearSonic IsoPac A

ClearSonic IsoPac A

ClearSonic IsoPac A

ClearSonic IsoPac A

You can read my review of the ‘ClearSonic IsoPac A’ here!

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