- 5 pieces of acoustic tile, 12 inches square (I found 6 pieces for $16.99 on ebay.)
- Thick cardboard (Bob has ours saved in the attic from the washing machine back in 2014.)
- Box cutter
- Packing Tape
- Design it so it's 12 inches tall and deep, and 16 inches wide, with the front (12 x 16) open. (Easier said than done, I know. Bob is the expert I go to.)
- Cut, bend, and tape.
- Stuff in acoustic tile.
- Place an iPad in it.
- Begin recording!
Voila! Half an hour's work in the living room on a Saturday! As Ryan O'Donnell pointed out to me in a tweet, it will reduce ambient noise, provide personal space, and give a sense of professionalism. I'm excited that the scholars in room 239 will be able to use this recording booth for book talks, reflections, movie making, and more!