#41

We’ve started to book studio 1, although I’m not totally sure we will be up and running in time for our bookings. We are waiting for glass to arrive and the timing isn’t working out great. Brett Acoustics is nearing the end of their work and without the glass the consoles can’t be set which means wiring is being held up. We will see how this week goes and hopefully learn more about when we can get back to work.

705 going up in the control room 1 soffit returns.

705 going up in the control room 1 soffit returns.

The speaker soffit boxes are mounted in both control rooms.

The speaker soffit boxes are mounted in both control rooms.

Cat 6 lines run and wired in machine room 2.

Cat 6 lines run and wired in machine room 2.

The control room in the house begins to be torn apart, I had to finish mixing an album but some of the outboard gear was moved out even before I was finished.

The control room in the house begins to be torn apart, I had to finish mixing an album but some of the outboard gear was moved out even before I was finished.

The birdseye maple front wall in control room 1. The speaker soffit boxes are behind the maple ready to be routed out.

The birdseye maple front wall in control room 1. The speaker soffit boxes are behind the maple ready to be routed out.

Fabric going up in one of the studio 1 isolation booths.

Fabric going up in one of the studio 1 isolation booths.

Fabric going up on the control room 2 soffit returns.

Fabric going up on the control room 2 soffit returns.

Control room 2 will have a soft front wall, seen here with all of the 705 hung.

Control room 2 will have a soft front wall, seen here with all of the 705 hung.

Control room 1 ready for fabric.

Control room 1 ready for fabric.

Fabric in the soffits of tracking room 2 as well as the finished cloud.

Fabric in the soffits of tracking room 2 as well as the finished cloud.

Control room 2 front wall fabric going up.

Control room 2 front wall fabric going up.

Soffit returns in control room 1 with fabric installed.

Soffit returns in control room 1 with fabric installed.

Every day for 8 to 9 hours Thom Canova of Canova Audio, as well as Ryan King and Maren Belnap, two of our engineers have been prepping, soldering and arranging the cable.  We are re-using much of the cable we already owned from our previous location, which saves on materials but most likely not on labor, hard to say if it was a good idea or not.

Every day for 8 to 9 hours Thom Canova of Canova Audio, as well as Ryan King and Maren Belnap, two of our engineers have been prepping, soldering and arranging the cable. We are re-using much of the cable we already owned from our previous location, which saves on materials but most likely not on labor, hard to say if it was a good idea or not.