Guess what? I like music. So much so that I have pretty much dedicated my life to it. Ask anyone I know. They will concur. I have played in bands since the early 90s, recorded many albums and set up a home studio to record my various projects. Check out my stuff here: lauraleeschultz.com.
In the various different rental houses/apartments I have lived in, I have transformed a room into a small mixing/recording room. This is quite popular thing these days. Back in the 90s it was rare. You had to go to a professional studio to record. We didn't have personal computers with software and numerous ways to record audio. Well, they existed - but with a hefty price tag. For a struggling indie rock musician, Ichiban and Snapple was the priority.
Now, years after the grunge era, I have afforded myself a home studio. Working in a little room, packing it with furniture and carpet to help with sound. But that trick just won't do anymore so I decided it was time to build some acoustic panels! Check out the latest Afterellen video to learn more.
So I had my friend Lou come out (haha) and help with the building of said panels. It was fun! But measuring is not my strong suit. I'll be the first to admit it. Thank goodness Lou was there to figure things out for me!
Stayed tuned for a follow up video showing the finished project!
Hope you had a fantastic Easter weekend. I know we did. Especially since we found out that the party neighbour house has been sold and the owners moved in! No more crazy late parties next door. Phewww! Last Easter we made a video after one of their parties. Remember this gem?