Hey! I'm creating a quick/easy rock space in my basement for me and 3 others to dabble in recording. I use a simple setup with DIs, Shure mics, a PV14 mixer, and a BOSS digital deck, and some PC post-production. My new space in the basement has been lined with poly and fabric, and since I'm close to the panel and have the ceiling exposed...I'd like to be assured clean sound by running a new circuit for only my audio gear. The questions: 1. Should I also pound a new ground rod for only the new circuit...will this kill any possible ground loop, and keep my gear isolated from household ground noise? 2. Should each receptacle/outlet be "home-run" to the new ground on the panel separately or can they be relayed as outlets are typically installed (quick, easy, less wire)? So far, I understand that all my recording gear and anything that will be run to it (amps, DIs, etc) should be on the same route to ground to minimize noise. I'm looking for the best thing I can do for as little cash as possible. We aren't ever going to make this pay, but I don't want to overlook an easy fix. Any help would help. Thanks!