Here’s how to build a personal music (or sound) recording studio, DIY style, in one of the most inexpensive ways possible. These guys rebuilt this complete mess into a pretty snazzy clean and functional (sound-proof) studio.
The steps involved: cleaning out the mess, rebuilding the walls (with concrete blocks), re-finishing the exterior (with a rock pattern), framing the interior, insulating, rebuilding the door and insulating it, too, and painting the interior.
I think a lot of people will agree that the finished product this team from tropical Thailand came up with is pretty nice, especially considering it was such a low-budget DIY job! For those who are curious, the studio is called “88boymusic studio.”
The area is 6.4 mX 4.6 meters high by 3 meters.
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