Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by Makzimia, Apr 28, 2016.
Now I need to unpack and install again.. The joys of moving.
Don't try to eat the whole elephant at once... take little bites.
Must be a "need to know" thread.
Its a share and feel the love moment. I can relate. And thank goodness it all arrived.
After loosing my entire studio due to unforeseen setbacks, I am rebuilding my life and studio as well.
I feel the love and joy, Tony!
You will feel at home when the speakers are up and you start hearing the memories that inspire us to keep doing what we do... make music
Right...but I have no idea what he is referring to.
What arrived? And why did it arrive at this time? Where did it come from?
It's called making a thread with specific information so knuckleheads like me that do not keep up...can keep up.
He moved from the USA to Scotland.
Must be a relief Tony. I could not imagine moving halfway across the country, let alone halfway across the world.
In fact, as a creature of habit, I hate moving. I still have boxes I haven't unpacked from my third last move 11 years ago...not taking into account my last move was 2 years ago and I still have 90% of what I own in storage. Its like Iv'e been living out of boxes for the last 2 years, living like a transient in a holding pattern.
The important stuff, all my audio & music equipment, things like guitars and computers came with me. The rest got packed up and stored.
On the bright side, you get to set everything up again just how you want it....like an audio audit so to speak.
I hope everything survived the journey intact.
So far everything has been intact. Most importantly my little guitar collection. I took the 12 string out to a gig last night. It was a pleasure after almost 4 months of only the travel guitar .
I have a very small room and this is a rental property and hopefully not for too long. I'll get setup enough to listen and mix somewhat.
What an interesting life you have. One big adventure. And you just moved, and have gigs happening. Kudo's
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