Building DIY Broadband Traps & Crowdfunded Audio Engineering
I’m not dead yet.
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Link to the video HERE
I have been working on a project this last month. I have been building Broadband Traps. Don’t know what the hell that is? That’s ok, I have a video of the DIY project coming soon. It will be the launch, so to speak, of the All About Audio series I have been trying to kick off for a number of months. Acoustic treatment isn’t the place someone getting into audio production should start, but that is where I am currently at, and it would be a missed opportunity to skip on making this into a video. I’m building these additional acoustic treatments in preparation for an audio project where I will be doing a full production of the upcoming Stone David album.
I will be recording in an environment that could use a little more acoustic treatment, and I have the technology and material to make that happen. This project with Stone David also represents the unofficial launch of my open-source crowdfunded studio project. I don’t spend a ton of time talking about either, I just wanted to keep you all informed that I have a lot of things to inform you about in the future.
If you just read this, you gleaned more information than what you will find in the video. I could have saved a lot of time transcoding video files and uploading via satellite internet if I just would have taken a still photo and made a text post. Oh well.
Much love from Northern Idaho.