The DIY Dream Audio Production And Recording Studio

The DIY Dream Audio Production And Recording Studio

Nothing fancy going on in this clean, light-filled studio — oh, except for all that equipment and that huge DIYed desk. Toronto-based songwriter, producer, and audio engineer Yaro J designed and built his desk, roomy enough to support three monitors, four iPads, the massive speakers, and other equipment.

The desk sports a hideaway keyboard as drawer as well:

The DIY Dream Audio Production And Recording Studio

I like how this still manages to be a clean and light-filled space despite all the stuff in it and how Yaro J broke up the space into different workstations. You can see more photos of this studio, including desk build progress, in the Flickr photostream below.

Studio Build – Yaro J [Flickr]

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  • What would you suggest for those with zero musical talent or knowledge? I sometimes get a tune in my head, but have no way to transcribe or play it. I don’t know a demisemiquaver from a dim sim, or a crotchet from crochet.

    That piano keyboard would be a waste of space and money… Can you enter music just by whistling?

    • try out fl studio, you can use some headphones and your keyboard to bang out a couple of tunes

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