Ideal home setup, or not?

Discussion in 'Mixing' started by Ljedik, Dec 10, 2002.

  1. Ljedik

    Ljedik Guest

    I am currently looking for a new home. I found a house that has a nice full attic that I was thinking I could use as my home studio. What are your thoughts? are the acoustics going to kill me or should this be fine? I'm sure its better than my current setup in my bedroom. I was thinking with all that room I could build dedicated areas for guitar recording,vocals, ect.
    Any thoughts?

    LarZ
     
  2. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

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    There is a killer article in EQ's latest issue vol 13 issue12 regarding exactly what you are describing. Check it out! You may be able to access the article on the web...http://www.eqmag.com ............. Fats
     
  3. Ljedik

    Ljedik Guest

    website wont show latest issue or any issue for that matter....looks like a cool magazine but without a sample how one to know if they would like it. any how coyld you summarize the article for me? Please :)
    I am interested in finding out anything I can on this....Anyone doing this currently that can give me some pointers?
    I greatly appreciate it!

    LarZ
     
  4. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

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    Lars,
    EQ is an excellent publication that bridges the gap between pro and home studios. I look forward to each issue and I recomend it highly. There is much too much content to summerise and I don't have the typing skill or time to transcribe it. Besides if you are interested in the content you should pay for an issue. I am sure you won't be sorry...it's only $3.95 u.s. Fats
     
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