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Post by trodden » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:55 am

noeqplease wrote:Hi,

A 44' by 22' is not enough space for a commercial studio, unless you are a one room facility, used for smaller recording projects.
wrong.

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Post by trodden » Thu Aug 26, 2010 10:00 am

rhythm ranch wrote:
MoreSpaceEcho wrote:looks good to me.

the stacked amp booths is a good space-saving idea.
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yeah, I'd kill for that much space...

I have about half that.. though i'm not "commercial" i do record bands who put out records that people buy at shows... but what do I KNOW?

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Post by trodden » Thu Aug 26, 2010 10:14 am

trodden wrote:
noeqplease wrote:Hi,

A 44' by 22' is not enough space for a commercial studio, unless you are a one room facility, used for smaller recording projects.
wrong.
here is the floor plan of a commecial studio, with a handful of big records made in it over the past 15 years or so. Pretty much the same size as the OP layout... pretty "commercial" if you ask me..

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Post by rockstudio » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:37 pm

trodden, thanks for posting your floor plan. How many square feet do you have? Your control room looks huge! I am going to move my mix position further back than it appears in my floor plan.

I'll be designing and researching for a few months before we start building. Thanks for checking out this thread, and for your comments and support!

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Post by trodden » Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:02 pm

rockstudio wrote:trodden, thanks for posting your floor plan. How many square feet do you have? Your control room looks huge! I am going to move my mix position further back than it appears in my floor plan.

I'll be designing and researching for a few months before we start building. Thanks for checking out this thread, and for your comments and support!
Oh, its not my place! I wish. A commercial studio in town that i've been in a handful of times.

My place is about the size of the space you're making, maybe a bit smaller, but its also a living space so I lose some studio space over that. Its more of a one room with an iso booth operation.

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Post by trodden » Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:03 pm

rockstudio wrote:trodden, thanks for posting your floor plan. How many square feet do you have? Your control room looks huge! I am going to move my mix position further back than it appears in my floor plan.

I'll be designing and researching for a few months before we start building. Thanks for checking out this thread, and for your comments and support!
Oh, its not my place! I wish. A commercial studio in town that i've been in a handful of times.

My place is about the size of the space you're making, maybe a bit smaller, but its also a living space so I lose some studio space over that. Its more of a one room with an iso booth operation.

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