No surprise that as soon as the MLV went up wireless cell and internet service became an issue so it's been hard wired from the house and will end up in the control room.
You're right Mike there's no metal in the 2lb MLV being used. My statement was a bit misleading. For starters the cell reception in my area can be spotty and even worse inside the studio. Homeowners continue to vote down new towers popping up in the area. This is clearly not related to the MLV. Some signal booster for cell service will need to be used. Hardwiring from the house should solve any wireless internet issue in the detached studio.Sinc, are you saying that the MLV is acting like some sort of barrier to radio wave transmission? I did not think there was any actual metal in the formulation ......
My basement is divided into a roughly 2/3 and 1/3 volume area by the staircase. next to the staircase on the 2/3 side of the room is a roughed in wall. I'll finish it in time but the amp/dsp/hafler tower is in there. The fan is stupid loud when it 1st comes on then chills to a level I can't hear on the "studio" side.I worked at Harman's JBL HQ in Northridge, CA from 2009 – 2013 (they let my entire department go — 25 people — in a downsizing in '13). This was years before the Samsung buyout, so I missed-out on those great deals.
If I could score a pair of M2s (plus an amp with the right DSP) for that kind of $$ now, they'd replace my 35-year old Klipsch Cornwalls in my studio (colored sounding, but after 35 years I know every coloration so I trust them).
P.S. How are you dealing with the amps' fan noise? The original Crowns with the M2 DSP had fans that were so loud they couldn't be in the same room with the speakers.
Well what we've had in the past were 8" KRK's. The ones with the yellow cones. They're pretty nice. My son has a pair of discontinued Sampson Rubicon r5a which are apparently very neutral sounding and designed to mix on. We'll have both up for now until there's money laying around for something better. If we're mixing we'll listen in the car, headphones, a boombox or computer speakers too.
Haha. Yeah I know that bathroom remodel. We've had 3/4" plywood countertops in our kitchen for nearly 3 years. It helps to have two guys that know what they're doing and show up every morning.Looking good. You’re really cranking away on it. I’ve been remodeling a bathroom for a year lol
Thanks...it has... and it's in my own back yard too! Hard to believe. I've made do with make shift drum rooms since the 80's. This is something I've often dreamt of. A small chill recording space that would be comfortable for putting down ideas and also affordable for anyone wanting to record their tunes, album or their band.Has it finally started to sink in? That you're on the cusp of owning something this badass?