For the past five months my free time has been consumed by the trials and tribulations that come with starting a business. I’ve come a long way since I made the decision to open my own recording studio but there’s still plenty of work to do.
My first point of business was to put construct a temporary recording facility in Muncie, Indiana that would allow me to do top-shelf work until I graduate from Ball State University with my BA in Telecommunications with a focus on Production. After a whole lot of hard work the facility is now open for business. It is currently operating out of a converted basement that has been acoustically treated and optimized for all recording tasks. Now all I have to do is graduate! Once I am finished with school I am planning to relocate the studio to Bloomington, IN. If all goes well this will be happening in just over one year.
It feels good to see all of my plans coming to fruition. This website is just another piece of the puzzle… An extension of the recording studio’s physical self. I even created a twitter account so that everyone can keep up with who is being recorded! Everything is coming together nicely.
I’d like to thank everyone that has taken the time to help me with seemingly menial tasks. I’d like to thank Austin Case for helping me clean out a basement full of useless junk and transform it into something useful. I’d like to thank Alex Reid for helping me construct a wall that separates the dead room from the mixing console. I’d like to thank Adam Crampton for catering to all of my equipment needs and technical support issues related to equipment that he didn’t even sell me in the first place. I’d like to thank Lauren Bultman for being a patient and loving girlfriend that puts up with my long hours in the studio and who also takes amazing photos for me. I’d like to thank my dad for letting me use his basement as a recording studio and being so supportive of the entire operation. I’d like to thank Kevin Vance for donating miscellaneous drum parts to the studio drum kit so that we are able to record drums.
These are all of the people that I can remember at this late hour. If I left anyone out, I’m sorry. Thanks to everyone for helping me out. I couldn’t have done it without you.