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Studio Fantastico

Discussion in 'Room Acoustics / Isolation / Treatment' started by epting, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. epting

    epting Active Member

    Hey everybody I thought that I would finally share some of the work that I have been doing on a home studio in Winston Salem, NC of the past couple of years. I will say that the process has been quite the learning experience. This has been a labor of love and I hope that I will have the opportunity to do this again one day. I would like to say thanks to Mad Max for his advice along the way. I'm not done yet but it's getting closer and closer to being up and running. I figure at this rate I will be totally finished by May of 3097.:) Here is a link to my website with pictures to check out. I am at the point now where I am about to pull the patch bay. What a long journey it has been. I have personally done all of the work on this studio. Nothing was subbed out except the patch bay construction. I would love to hear any feedback. I have learned a great deal about studio construction, but I still have a lot to learn. I don't think you can ever gain too much knowledge.
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  2. DonnyThompson

    DonnyThompson Distinguished Member

    Are you using a standard TT bay, or are you using a digital model?
  3. epting

    epting Active Member

    We are using a standard TT bay designed and built by Scott Hasson at http://www.studiowiring.com. He did a great job. We will have to solder the plates on once we pull it through so that will put my soldering skills to the test. I have been practicing up a bit lately to get ready for the challenge.
  4. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    Congrats Michael!

    Looks like yer' finally at the end of the tunnel!

    Lemme know when you're done!! Wanna come check the new digs!

    I found a halogen lamp to be of great help... that and decaf... :LOL:

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