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Me: The Studio Post

It's taken roughly 2 years to put together a studio that I feel reflects the abilities I want to be able to have. I've daydreamed about it for about 5 years, so one could imagine the feeling of 'getting there'. It's not grand like a fancy studio you might see in a magazine, but it's the closest I've ever been to that, and it's mine. The studio (aka BRM Studio North) , in reality, has been operational for only about 4 months, but when you throw in working out bugs and kinks it feels like less. Frustrating, yes, but also an opportunity to learn more. It comes with the territory. The path to 'getting there' started with building the Production Desk and the Control Center. The names to these pieces of studio furniture might as well be an unknown language to most, but in reality it's pretty simple. The Production Desk houses the computer, monitors (2 visual and 5 sound), outboard gear and the like. The Control Center is where I sit and essentially