Title says it all. I'm soon about to track vocals for my bands album and I'd like to NOT have to move my computer to a room downstairs if I can help it. I'm going to be hanging some proper treatment on the walls before hand, definitely, but I'm afraid the computer running in the room may be too loud. There is a closet that I could put the computer in for the time being, but this would require me to have to open/close the closet every single time I wanted to press Record or anything like that. My thoughts are: - treat the room as best as possible - make a vocal booth - Have vocalist face towards the computer with the mic facing away from the computer, having the vocal booth/stand between computer and vocalist Or I could just move the PC to a different room, though only have a 50' snake to work with right now. Moving everything would be a pain, but if I can't figure anything else out, I'll have to do that. Chances are the noise may not be too noticeable in a mix anyway, but I don't want to take any chances. Any suggestions on this? I'd really like to be in the room with vocalist because we're basically doing pre-pro as we track and there's going to be a lot of time discussing and revamping parts.