What is your home studio like?
Everyone has their own spin on their home studio, and I’d love to hear what yours is like.
The reason I’m asking is that I’m moving in the next few weeks.
That means a complete overhaul of my home recording studio, with a chance to step back and take a fresh look.
And with a new studio comes an opportunity of improvement and testing new things in the acoustic treatment department.
I’m probably going back to Joe Gilder’s Understanding Your Room for all the basic “Oh shit I should have remembered that in the first place” advice, but I’d like some off-the-wall ideas from you guys.
My new home studio will be in a similarly sized room as my old one. It will be a bit bigger so I’ll have more space, but that also means more space to cover with acoustic treatment.
I’m taking this opportunity to really get it right this time. My old room sounded great, and I got some nice mixes out of it, but I’m certain I can make this one sound even better.
What advice would you give someone starting out their home studio?
In this case, I’m not starting anew, and I certainly have a few ideas of what works and what doesn’t, but I’m always up for some crazy advice?
What say you? Let me know in the comments!
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