#1
So, I bought a decent quality mic and have been recording myself and tracking my progress and it's helped a lot... but I wonder what the ideal room to record in is. In order to hear problems in my technique, should I record in a room with good acoustics or one with poor acoustics? I know the room with better acoustics would make my voice sound better, but I've been recording myself in a room with bad acoustics since most venues in my area have poor acoustics.

Basically, should I record myself (in the interest of improvement, not production) in a space with good acoustics or one with mediocre acoustics?
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Last edited by Robbin'TheHood at Dec 23, 2012,
#2
I really doesn't matter. the room isn't going to cover up or change technical defects in your singer, it's just a matter of how much room sound is going to be mixed in.