Studio Renovation in Full Swing

January is the time at which I get some breathing room and can pay attention to some of the core things about the show, the movies, and related stuff.  It will come as no surprise that my studio facilities (affectionately known as Flaming Duck Studios) have become increasingly entropic during the 10 years since I initially started using the space for that purpose.  I’ve known for a few years that I needed to pull everything apart and reorganize it.  It finally ascended to the top of the list and I’ve been working on the studio for the last two weeks.

The most important change is a relocation of the work area across the room.  I now sit facing the digital side of the studio with the video and digital audio editing system on that side.

If I swing the chair around 180 degrees, I’m facing all of my old analog equipment.  This frees much of the other space for the fridge, racks for audio and video equipment, the drum kit, and places for visiting performers to set up and play.

It’ll be a few more weeks before it’s done, but I’m really looking forward to posting a full panoramic shot of the studio when it is.