blinddrew wrote:Fingers crossed.
One thing that I've discovered is the value of just having a dedicated space to create. Acoustically treated/sound-proofed or not.
Oh yes I absolutely agree, just having your own dedicated 'zone' to create & record music is great regardless. :)
I can't tell 100% yet how effective it's going to be, as I'm still waiting for the 2nd fitting of the electrics which has been delayed (happens tomorrow), then I'll be painting the internals before moving furniture & gear in.
At the moment it's empty and MUCH more reflective than my prior studio build was in the same state (largely because of the laminated flooring and the two windows), both of which bounce sound and were not present in my previous garden studio which had just one very small window and thick underlay & carpet flooring.
However I wanted some 'life' to the sound of the room this time and I've a carpet rug for the floor and a sofa etc to go in which (combined with the window plugs) I'm hoping will tame those reflections enough for it not to matter.
In the worst case scenario I'll remove the laminate flooring and carpet the room as I did in my previous studio build.
Ultimately I just hope it'll be 'good enough' (fingers crossed). :)