Wow – I thought people would be interested to see how I got on converting the garage of my house into a “home mastering studio” – but I never thought it would be this popular !
The room has been finished for months now, and since the last episode loads of people have been emailing asking for this final video – it was held up by the launch of my Perception plugin . But now here it is, at long last!
In the video I give you a quick “tour” of the finished room, and show what I’m using for processing and monitoring – plus feedback on the results I’ve seen from using the GIK acoustic panels that I’ve installed.
I also answer some of the most frequent questions people have been asking me about the room and my setup (including why I’m not making frequency plots to analyse the room) – and, exactly how many musical instruments I don’t play.
I hope you enjoy it, and that if you’re one of the people who’s been looking forward to seeing it, that it was worth the wait !
Here are the links to the other episodes:
And, if you’d like to share the videos with people you know, I’ve made a playlist including all the videos which you can watch and share using this link:
In the video I mention a test file I used to fine-tune my room setup – you can download it yourself here:
You need the one called “LFEsinetones” – be careful not to play it loud, though !
I hope you find them useful and interesting – please feel free to ask questions in the comments below, and subscribe to my YouTube channel or sign up to the mailing list to make get information about similar videos and posts in future.