Studio #6 – Interview with Jory Prum

As part of my research for the standing studio I had an email conversation with Jory Prum. He is the owner and operator of studio jory. This Frisco Bay Area recording studio focuses on video game audio. And is one of the inspirations behind this concept. His long list of past work includes Double Fine’s …

Studio #5 – Skeleton Material

Turns out a lot of people build stuff with this material. Great. Found a few local shops online that sell it to spec. Not too expensive either. The piping comes in 26.9, 33.7, 42.4, 48.3 & 60.3 mm width. Here’s a bed they made with it: shop: http://www.tuin-bouw.nl/webshop/ this seems to be the biggest one …

Studio #3 where to put stuff continued

Time to crate, an expression ive encountered a few times over the years, encapsulated in something practical for the standing studio. My girlfriend came across this awesome looking cabinet by Mauricio Arruda.¬†¬†Filled with different types of crates. I think a certain configuration like this would not only look terific but also be very practical. My …

Studio#2 – Where to put stuff

So although i should probably be focusing on that skeleton structure i mentioned in #1 today i’ve been thinking more about where to put all the cables, microphones, recorders, foley props, instruments etc that clutter up the house right now. So a key part of the studio design will be the storage wall. This area …

Studio #1 – The Opening Move.

I’ve always been inspired by interesting studio designs. Fortunatly at Guerrilla (my day job) I got to collaborate with Mutrox to design our rooms. But now its time to turn my attention to my home studio. Other people are also inspired by studio design. One that for years i’ve found inspiring is Jory Plum’s studio. …