1. The first step was to decide that we're going to build a new studio at this place. What a mess! Who's stupid idea was that?
2. Unwanted door to the garage had to be removed. We wanted a solid wall.
3. Fixing the door problem
4. Got to do something about those pipes...Let's paint them white...But once dry: WTF?
Houston we have a problem! Cheap paint sucks!
5. 3D sketch over the studio. The next step is to put up the wall sections 1, 2 and 3.
6. Wall section 1 comming up
7. Wall sections 2 and 3. The last one a bit tricky...
8. Building the entrance between wall sections 2 and 3.
9. Classic Sfi-Fi entrance. Painting everything in white.
10. Building audio deflectors...
11. Eliminating the 90 degree problem between the wall and the roof. These are also going to work as bass traps.
12. Everywhere in the control room. Mounting of the camera/motion detection alarm system.
13. Bass traps in the corners with damping panels.
14. Front view of the result.
15. Fixing some lights. Mounting RGB LED strips
16. These are going up on the wall. Making sure there is some space between the LEDs and the wall, otherwise you'll get those common annoying dots.
17. Testing the lights on the wall. A cable channel on the top makes only the reflected light visible and can also hold cables. Looking nice and smooth. Good job!
18. More LED lights with same principle. Mounting power distribution at strategic places
19. LED spotlights to be mounted on top of the bass traps in the corners
20. Power distribution for all the lights. Radio controlled receivers.
21. Main power switch. Radio controlled. One push of a button on the remote will power on the entire studio. Really cool.
22. Testing the front lights and the new 48" smart TV screen mounted on the wall.
23. Testing the side lights. Final touch on the entrance.
24. Soldering more control cables for the lights at my new and small workspace.