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New Room Build
Old 1 week ago
New Room Build

I am in the process of building out our basement for my studio. I have the benefit of very high ceilings (12ft) and a wide L shaped space. I have some very nice thick Persian rugs for the floor, a fair amount of Acoustimac 2" thick tiles for the walls and what not. My questions are should I treat the ceiling, the beams already break up the surface, drum set placement and desk placement. I think with the drums I am just going to move it around in the general area of the sheet rocked wall (which will be treated) but a few feet away. The desk I think I am going to place facing the log wall but a few feet back (which I will also treat). Any input would be appreciated.
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Old 1 week ago
Sorry about the turned photos
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Old 1 week ago
Oh yeah, this is just a room for me and my tinkering, no commercial ambitions and what not.
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