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How To Build a Sound Studio

By | November 29, 2007

Well here we go. I just got back from a trip to Canada where I helped setup the studio of one Bob Mutch, with the SEO Company. It was quite an eventful ordeal, especially crossing the border into Canada. I had to explain everything about podcasting just because they asked me what I was going to be doing in Canada. Well, after a little trip to Immigration, they finally let me go and I was on my way to Aylmer, ONT Canada.

I took plenty of pictures and did some recording. This week’s episode shows the early stages and the whole episode was recorded on the Zoom H2. It’s not studio quality, but hey, there were saws and hammers going off all over the place so what would be the point in a studio recording?

I also gave Bob some training in general audio, as well as a quick start on Audition. I was there for 4 days, and would liked to have done more Audition training, but there were some construction hangups and the studio didn’t get finished until pretty late Saturday.

 
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