It’s time for our 25th weekly roundup of show off your studio submissions from you our ever-faithful readers. As usual there’s a selection of shots that range between low end and high end, hopefully one or two of the studios featured will inspire you to add to your own music-making area…
First up this week we’ve got the studio of longtime MusicTech reader Paris Bailey – ‘the future of pop and R&B’the poster says and who are we to debate that! Love the minimal, clean setup
Here’s a pro studio shot sent into us by Alex Nussbaumer, hard at work in quite a geometrically interesting room. That’s quite a desk.
Arturo Puente sent us this fish-eye shot of his dual-screen setup. Cracking!
A wonderful, unique pro-studio setup in this shot sent to us by Fil Palmer
Another pro-looking studio – this one is dubbed Four Hundred Acres. That’s some amazing outboard equipment on display there
A great, more domestic music making environment in this shot from Greg Kopriva, love the subtle red lighting
Jefferson Weber sent us this Roland-heavy shot of his music production area
A very different studio shot here sent in from Jocelyn Laflamme, love the subdued, creative vibe
Vertigo Studio is pictured here in this shot sent in by Pavol Novák. Some cracking gear in this shot including a Korg Kronos
Ramon Glez sent us this shot of his home studio. Certainly different!
Quite a jaw-dropper here, the pro studio of Robert Nayrobi Unterwandling. We’d trust this guy to look after our tracks
We’ve previously featured #showoffyourstudio stalwart SG Selfoss and his amazing custom-built desk, here’s three more views of it. Illuminated and in normal lighting (above and below)
Gorgeous stuff ey?
Supreet Singh sent us this shot of his home studio. Very organised and straightforward
We like how everything has it’s own stand in this shot from Toko Iń – also there’s another studio whiteboard – if you havent’ yet then get yourself one!
Yenty Espinosa sent us this dark shot of his home studio, more KRK Rokits!