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Hello from Tennesse.
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February 26, 2017 - 8:21 am

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My name is Kenny. I live in southern middle Tennessee about an hour south of Nashville. My wife and I moved here two years ago for new job opportunities. We were both born and raised in Phoenix Arizona and had lived there all our lives. When the economy tanked a few years ago both our day jobs basically disintegrated so we moved here for a new job.

I am now 59 years old and am a recovering musician who mainly plays guitar, bass, keyboards, and I sing. Having played in bands from the time I was 15 until the age of 40 I have a lot of musical experience. I also did FOH sound for about 10 years. I have done thousands of recording sessions for myself and others from both sides of the glass as musician, arranger, producer, sound designer, and engineer. I do it for fun now since my day job pays the bills.

I have been writing and recording my own original music since I was 19. I have built two home studios prior to moving here and I'm in the process of building out an old shed for my next one. I have spent a small fortune on gear throughout my lifetime and decided that it's time to really focus on getting my studio control room under "control." Having built a couple of studios in the past I think I'm starting to get a pretty good idea of what it needs to sound like. I've just never had the knowledge to do it correctly. This site has helped me to understand a lot of the problems I have had in the past with my listening environment. I hope to be retiring from my day job in a few years so I plan to spend a lot of time in the studio. I want it to sound as good as it can for what I can afford to put into it. I have some money put aside for the project.

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March 5, 2017 - 10:05 am
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Hi Kenny, We can assist you with the project when you are ready. Keep in mind that I an 60 days into our design schedule. This means that a paid design deposit will secure your start position in the schedule with a project start and finish date. This allows you to plan any construction after the design is complete. Average design time is 2-3 weeks.

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