amyjared wrote: I mean, I went to lots of shows and never saw these DEAD hookers, where did they hang out, say, at the Greeks??
playingdead wrote: Timely topic for me ... I am just now building a 20X20 room over my 2-car garage. It is insulated below, freshly sheetrocked and plastered, and the flooring is going in on Monday and Tuesday. Trying to decide between cork flooring or click-and-lock wood laminate with a giant area rug.
playingdead wrote:It might be a challenging space, though, because the roof up there is steeply gabled, so the ceiling slopes sharply on both sides, with as flat area in the center.
RiverRat wrote:Sounds like the room will need to be rechristened....
RiverRat wrote:Emoto wrote:Had a chance to try the room out yesterday with a drummer, bass player, and keyboard player. I think the sound wasn't too terrible; at least we had no feedback trouble. The next time people come over, I think I may try moving the sound panels around some and see how/if that changes things at all.
At any rate, the room has now been christened!
There was a bit of ringing but all in all it sounded very good. The layout may need to be changed up a bit to get a more uniform sound and to make the room a bit more user friendly.
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