I've been rejected twice for boxyness and the comments are that my space is too small or poorly treated. To give you a sense, I work in a space that's about 3'X8'. It's a converted closet that is wall-to-wall (and ceiling) covered in foam and moving blankets. Also the floor has blankets on it. I did attempt to mitigate the boxy quality by fixing the EQ with a parametric equalizer, but I don't think it did enough. Everyone says a closet with clothes works fine if you can't afford a professional studio, and this seems very similar to that, so I'm trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong. The comments say my space might not be adequate, but I'm not sure exactly how.
I do hear the boxyness, but I thought my latest attempt fixed it well enough. I'm worried about pushing the EQ so much that it sounds over processed. I'm very new at all of this, so I find feedback very useful in my process to becoming a better voice over artist and engineer, so I appreciate any advice people might have on this. Thank you!
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