Vocalbooth.com, Dave and Dave Provide Working Studio for Voice 2008


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Bend, OR - Jul 8, 2008 - Vocalbooth.com will provide a working voice-over studio at Voice 2008. The company joins Dave and Dave in offering the convenience to attendees that need to complete deadline-sensitive work while attending the trade show. The studio will be available in the Westwood Room of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel. Dave and Dave will furnish the audio equipment and its staff will manage the use of the studio during the course of the event.

Vocalbooth.com manufactures modular sound isolation booths and enclosures. They feature single- or double-wall systems with active ventilation, lighting, cable passage and optional windows. Standard sizes range from 4' x 4' up to 16' x 16'. VocalBooth.com also provides pentagonal-shaped booths for corner placement.

Voice 2008 is an event for voice talent and is being held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza from Aug. 8-11 in Los Angeles.




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