We are building a new studio in an existing building....a 2 storey garage....studio will be in first level....13 ft 6 in ceilings....1000 sq. ft :
Video of space:
This is a song I wrote about 2 years ago with an Alice In Chains / Jar Of Flies vibe. I painstakingly retracked all guitars to this song and did a remix. Feedback most welcome:
SPACE AND TIME
(Words by Jonathan Linton, Music by Jonathan Linton)
I wish I could have met you
In a diff’rent space and time
The planets didn’t align
In a different paradigm
Working on a Alice in Chains crossed with Soundgarden-style acoustic song. Still need to retrack the solo/lead part and do some polishing. Mix feedback welcome:
hey y'all, as one who really hates renting and credit etc, I'm usually opposed to this type of thing but it seems a good deal. I was looking at a 9x9 in the same facility for $150. The manager called yesterday with this opening up next month.
$200/mo. No lease, just security deposit.
15x20 space, 10' ceilings.
Here's the places website.
- Road Runner
My goal is to build a practice space for my drum kit in the garden. I produce and record YouTube videos, for which I shall be using the room, but it will primarily be a rehearsal space for myself, so sound isolation is the primary goal, with room acoustics being a nice addition, but not as important. It will only be me in there, so just a drum kit. My sound meter records peak levels at around 93DB when it's right next to my kit and I'm playing. Maybe I'm not a hard hitter.
The space is basically open, as it is a small dining room that opens up to a larger living room and has a doorway (with no door) to a kitchen. That may itself be the problem.Terrible echo.
I have 4 corner bass traps, 3 roughly 4' by 2.5' foam squares, an SE Electronics RF-X reflection filter. How should I position them?
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I am converting a garage/basement into a rehearsal space/project studio.
We won't be playing any very low frequency/loud instruments at all, ever in this space. No bass amps, kick drums etc.
It will be acoustic instruments, vocals, some piano, strings and probably no more than 3 players at a time.
We will be using it to rehearse, record/mix some demos/pre-production stuff and for listening
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