Originally Posted by Deathmetalconga
Nice pad. How does the slanted wall affect the sound? I have moved into a new home and my music room is upstairs and there is a slanted wall behind the set, but not that large, and I think it helps reflect the sound better.
Thanks, I designed and built the house 7 years ago.
It's sloped on the other side also and the entire area is pretty big so the sound reflects down on the opposite side of the loft into the living room I would guess. I resized some more pics show better. Most of these pics are older and don't have the drums in them though.
It's probably not the best recording area but it's fun to play up their. It's like a stage LOL :-)
This is the front of the house the loft is located top left of the house.
This is the other end of the loft
This shows how the other roof line comes down on the inside. I don't know how much the beams reflect the sound if the do at all.
Under the loft=kitchen
Looking down into the living room
Front wall Interior
Resized this to show my little workstation-Korg D1200. I recorded all the songs in the link from my signature with this.