The Voice One Training Vocal Booth is available to rent in San Francisco!
No more grabbing your mic and pulling the covers over your head, or standing in your bathroom hoping your shower curtain will provide sound absorption, or holding your phone mic to your face in your car.
The Voice One Training Vocal Booth is the solution to all of your recording needs – auditions, projects and practice.
The rental process is simple. Once you’ve signed up, you will have access to an app that will schedule and track your time. The cost is only $15 every quarter of an hour. We also have a 6 min orientation video to show you how to connect your software to our booth. Here is the link with all of the information, and don’t hesitate to call the office if you have additional questions.
We look forward to seeing you here at Voice One!
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