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Old 26th September 2008 , 11:33 AM
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well if your like me your always battling to keep your studio clean, i normally set aside every sunday to clean it but that hardly ever happens and it always seems to get cleaned last minute, its so hard to keep under control. what about you guys are you OCD'd to the eyeballs and go on cleaning sprees every 2 minutes or lazy slobs like myself and just leave it to the last minute
even throw up some pics if you feel like it at your studio's messiest
i am kinda curious to how clean Trev's studio is i reckon you can pretty much see your reflection every where from the amount of Mr.sheen used, but thats me ass/u/me'ing
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Old 26th September 2008 , 11:38 AM
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My studio's hardly a studio and more like a completely full computer desk. I pretty much keep all my wires stored there (wrapped up, but they tend to unwind a bit), and magazines, pedals, plugs, PC stuff and random pieces of paper. My mum calls it a mess, but I'd say that everything is where I need it to be.
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Old 26th September 2008 , 11:39 AM
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My studio's hardly a studio and more like a completely full computer desk. I pretty much keep all my wires stored there (wrapped up, but they tend to unwind a bit), and magazines, pedals, plugs, PC stuff and random pieces of paper. My mum calls it a mess, but I'd say that everything is where I need it to be.
but you have the ultimate cleaning tool
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Old 26th September 2008 , 12:57 PM
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Old 26th September 2008 , 01:03 PM
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I clean up after every session.
even hoovering and stuff? my place suffers a lot of dust, for the life of me i have no idea where it comes from? i have to say i can envisage your studio being immaculate
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wires, rubbish, cables, clipped guitar strings, plectrums, electronic components, cds...

all on the floor. its the one part of the house she has NO CONTROL OVER.
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Old 26th September 2008 , 03:09 PM
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wires, rubbish, cables, clipped guitar strings, plectrums, electronic components, cds...

all on the floor. its the one part of the house she has NO CONTROL OVER.
I like the sounds of that
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my studio is kept clean because its where my mom has her laptop so she cleans it alot
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Floor of my studio will (hopefully) be spotless by Sunday eve as I'm fitting a new wooden floor (first time, wish me luck!)
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Floor of my studio will (hopefully) be spotless by Sunday eve as I'm fitting a new wooden floor (first time, wish me luck!)
iv been seriously considering this too but the though of all the work is putting me right off, lifting up carpet, finding a body to roll it round then disposing of it is too much work for me
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Floor of my studio will (hopefully) be spotless by Sunday eve as I'm fitting a new wooden floor (first time, wish me luck!)
Weren't you supposed to be doing that last week?!?
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Ha! On the contrary. It's like an absolute building site at the moment. We are in the process of ripping out everything right back to the shell ready for Max (Hodges) to start the buildout as soon as he has finished his current job. I'll try and stick some 'before' pictures and the sketchup of the final concept up over the weekend for you (if my son will lend me his camera)
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Ha! On the contrary. It's like an absolute building site at the moment. We are in the process of ripping out everything right back to the shell ready for Max (Hodges) to start the buildout as soon as he has finished his current job. I'll try and stick some 'before' pictures and the sketchup of the final concept up over the weekend for you (if my son will lend me his camera)
try get one of you in a builders hard hat while mixing the cement
Seriously though looking forward to seeing the transformation, nice1
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Since my studio is my bedroom, and since I am a very lazy boy, I generally need about three days notice before I can have anyone over to be recorded. Somtimes even longer, when I have to delay by another day because I need to re-buy soemthing I have absolutely irretrievably lost. Like my ebow. Or a cable. Or the occasional guitar.
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