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xx Re: Soundhaven Studio Pics
« Thread started on: Mar 15th, 2009, 08:33am »

HOLY CANOLY!!!  :mg:

The before and after pics blew my mind!!! Whomever it was that remodeled that place gets all the high praise from me. Wow! What a fantastic job! It looks so sweet and comfortable there.

Thanks for posting this!  :tu:

Now I have to go look at this again cuz I still can't believe the before and after.
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« Reply #1 on: May 3rd, 2009, 03:17am »

Wow, absolutely dynamite, Soundhaven! Solid construction, my friend. I relate to your limited cool-time before everything reheats.
I have six inch thick walls here with the long wall as the "fire-wall" connected onto the main-house, & I live where the humidity is at saturation (outside) for months upon months, so our environments are very different. I use five thermometers of different types at different altitudes within the room along with two Hygrometers of seperate makes for humidity tracking, and a dehumidifier for safety. My zone is between 43-49% humidity; and I try for a consistant ( believe it or not ) 61-64 degrees at ANY time of year. My un-controlled extremes have extended from 57- 74...But I know my instruments & tunings & patience hate that.
You're a separate entity there.
Line recording and DI should be no sweat (hee...sorry) at any time though, eh? So, outside of mic/ acoustic recording-- no unwanted vibes? Are you're circuits for lights and A/C and rack separated? Love the natural light via the glass-block = green
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