Every recording studio starts out as a dream, and every dream is different! This particular owner's dream was to build a studio as an addition to an existing structure. In documentary fashion, you are included in the extended process as his studio makes its way through the trials and tribulations of design and construction until his dream becomes a finished, working reality.
Join Jim Pavett as he consults with the owner, the architect and the construction team as they all work together to get the job done. Listen in as they discuss the initial project. Meet up with the contractor as they do a initial site evaluation. From there, like an apprentice on the job, you watch the team work together as the acoustically-correct floors, walls and ceiling go up.
This course follows in the footsteps of the other courses in the Studio Edge series where you get all of the basic theory, physics and acoustic information of the studio construction process?so be sure to watch them all!
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Combine.ME (Music Electronic) wrote on September 18, 2016
So-far so good, the quiz has not been passed yet but even up to now I'm getting a good foundation and architected idea on building home studio's, thanks Ask-Video.
Bjorn wrote on April 6, 2015
Good stuff! Would have been nice to see a list of the stuff going into the budget and all the equipment installed presented on the screen somehow. Liked the documentary style!
CombineME wrote on March 23, 2015
So-far so good, I got a building foundation started of design and equipment, a concept to build around and some fire. I'm just hoping that the industry will circulate more money wise as in paying loan's and interest plus receiving them in fast timing just to stir up the gift more while also though not forgetting to appreciate the now.... Thank You Ask Video....
Paul wrote on January 18, 2015
Really good watch, nice to see how a home studio can be designed and build from start to finish.
Daniel wrote on May 31, 2014
Very well explained. I'm looking to build my own studio and this is answering a lot of questions that I had. The only thing I would have loved in this course is having a photo or a quick video of all the parts and audio hardwares that is discussed to help me figure out what is what. But other than that (and this was not a must), must seen course for everybody who plan to make a home studio. Great job!!!
C1ph3rd wrote on September 7, 2013
I really liked the presentation of this tutorial - gets more hands on with more discussion and Q&A from real people.
T2C Scott wrote on May 8, 2013
Good Stuff! This Tutorial is the one to watch if your planning to build a home studio. lots of good sound proofing stuff. and Jim Pavett helps you decide what equipment you'll need
Erwin wrote on March 22, 2013
Great demo of the info Jim covered in the first two tutorials. If you want to think about building a home studio you should watch these video series.