Create a your own concept for a studio. It can be an in-home studio concept or a concept for a large scale studio. This will be a visual document that will include an annotated floorplan diagram and a detailed equipment list for your ideal studio set-up.
Think about the size of your studio and decide on how big you want your studio to be.
Select a location and determine the size of the space and the room you have available.
Create a floor plan for your studio
Determine the equipment list and layout you need.
Annotate the locations of all key equipment, instrument storage, monitors, and speakers.
Highlight where equipment and furniture will be located and create your studio’s overall design plan.
Once you have a space in mind, you are ready to create a floor plan. A floor plan is a drawing to scale showing a view from above; use this diagram to show the relationships between the console, racks, equipment, furniture, instruments and other physical features of the structure.
Now for the fun part! You can draw your floor plan by hand, with stencils, or using Adobe Illustrator or with free online services like smartdraw.com. Consider if the studio is a personal workspace or a public one, which can support specific types of artists and bands. Think about customers who will move through and work in your studio. Determine the footprint (size) and a layout. Annotate the floor plan noting the location of key equipment, artwork, specialty interiors, finishes, soundproofing, and other types of studio features.
Decide where you will place your equipment. Create your equipment list and show where the equipment will be located in the studio and annotate your gear.
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