Luton, UK (February 24, 2021)—Imperative Audio has launched its first product, the PVB, a portable vocal booth. The booth is designed to provide the space and acoustics of a typical vocal booth, but in a collapsible form factor.
Intended for podcasters, recording pros, singers, voiceover artists and broadcasters, the PVB sports a light aluminum cylindrical design with a circumference of 324 cm and an opening of 80 cm, making it spacious enough accommodate performers for extended periods without a claustrophobic atmosphere.
When its five legs are retracted, the PVB sits at 118 cm and can be used for amp isolation and miking in the studio. At full height with its legs extended, the PVB stands at 210 cm, and it can be used with an open top or with an optional acoustically treated roof that can be added securely. The roof features a 30 cm channel which allows users to lower an overhead mic stand into the booth. The vocal booth ships with an accessory bar, bookstand, storage bag and for a limited period, a free LED light.
Inside, the booth features three layers of acoustic treatment; when used with the optional roof, the PCB offers a reported 0.07 secs reflection time (RT60 in accordance with ISO 3382-2 Measurements) and an average of 28.4 dba reduction (One-Third-Octave Spectrum LZeq in accordance with IEC 61260).
Shipping this month, the PVB runs $1,499.
Imperative Audio • https://imperativeaudio.com