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    looks very clean - like your productions. Is that keyboard before mac comfortable?
    my studio looks like an table with laptop and headphones on it.

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    hah thanks Big Charge,

    ya it wasn't too bad, but I like to stand when I play on the keyboard. This studios actually moved into the garage so everything isn't as clean now but I think it's more effective in the garage (and it gives the UK garage feel, ...except it's a US garage).

    And hey, a lot of good music is created with just a laptop and headphones! It's all good,

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    The setup could be better in terms of work flow possibilities but I'd say that you've hit it spot on in terms of what you would want in a home studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGBama View Post
    Stay away from the legal system. Alcohol and/or drugs does nothing for creativity contrary to popular culture's mythologizing.
    matter of opinion, but I have to strongly disagree.

    Anyways, nice setup dude. Personally, I like to push back my monitors a little bit though to get a nice stereo image.

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    haha, it doesn't look anything like this anymore. I got a video area set up with a green screen so there's a production area and a performance for video. but thanks, yo.

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    Nice place to start, keep up the good work!

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    You can use room treatment hardware/software solutions to fine tune your room, but you can also do a fare bit of tweaking yourself, but playing one of your tracks and moving around the room to listen to problematic spots, like bass pockets. For a room like yours, I'd be worried more about speaker placement and unwanted reflections.

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    Get sound isolation foam.

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    Update: it's like this now. And I'll get some isolation foam next.

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