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Beautiful studio designs and atmospheres
Old 14th February 2020
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Gear Nut
 

Beautiful studio designs and atmospheres

Hello everyone!

I need some inspiration!
I know there have been a few threats similar to this, but most have become discussions about room acoustics and other off-topic things.

I am planning a studio and for acoustics I already have a professional.
But I think for most people the atmosphere, the mood (lights, furnishing and so on...) of the room is as important as the acoustics.

It is not about copying a room or a specific design, its all about getting some ideas and inspiration.

I know it's a matter of taste
Please post images and/or studio name and what you like about it.

So far I found and really like:

- Blackbird Studio C - just WOW, really like the wood
- Hans Zimmer Studio - very nice lights and cozy atmosphere
- basically all Northward rooms - great purism, beautiful design, not "overloaded"
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Old 14th February 2020
  #2
Here for the gear
 

I like this idea a lot.
Old 15th February 2020
  #3
Lives for gear
Do you realise they are very different room acoustics?

The acoustics dictates the design.

The way it sounds dictates somehow the way it looks.

Chose a room based on its acoustics, not the way it looks.
Old 15th February 2020
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I personally like working in a studio that doesn't resemble a dentist office.

Lot of studios are cool looking and have great concepts, but make artist too aware of the environment. Sometimes something more "home-y" leads to better sessions and a more relaxed attitudes.
Old 16th February 2020
  #5
Gear Nut
 

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Originally Posted by JayPee View Post
Do you realise they are very different room acoustics?

The acoustics dictates the design.

The way it sounds dictates somehow the way it looks.

Chose a room based on its acoustics, not the way it looks.
Of course the look of the room depends a lot on the acoustics. But that is not all.
I am talking about what kind of wood, the way the lights are installed and lots of other things. This is also very importat for the atmosphere.
Old 16th February 2020
  #6
Lives for gear
Well, you don't need to restrict yourself to studio pics then to see different woods/ideas/technics.

Good luck
Old 16th February 2020
  #7
Gear Nut
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by JayPee View Post
Well, you don't need to restrict yourself to studio pics then to see different woods/ideas/technics.

Good luck
In general that is correct, but since I am building a studio, examples of studios might be more practical. Also the atmosphere in a studio is probably more interesting for me than - lets say a hotel room, a bar or something else.
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