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-> Re: GSBN:Re: 
     by "Bohdan Dorniak & Co Pty Ltd" bdco@...


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Date: 20 Dec 2006 23:05:55 -0500
From: "Bohdan Dorniak & Co Pty Ltd" bdco@...
Subject: Re: GSBN:Re: 

Thanks for that Frank.
My clients will probably work out the various acoustics required for each
play.
I was wondering what you did for the ceiling - did you use an absorbent
material or a hard material like plaster board?
Thanks once again
Bohdan
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From: Thangmaker@...
To: GSBN@...
Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 1:58 PM
Subject: Re: GSBN:Re:


> We helped Stuart Sullivan build a SB isolation room at his studio  here in
> Austin, Wire Recording.  He has a large rented space and  orginally wanted
> the
> room (approximately  20ftx30ft) for a drum room but he  now uses it more
> for
> piano and organ.  He did not want us to plaster so we  put 2 layers of
> 5/8"
> drywall on the out side (still inside the building  envelope) and various
> fabrics
> on the inside.  It has been ranked in the top  3 studios in town several
> years
> running and he said he would definately do straw  bale again.
> We did another studio earlier this year for Jim Eno who is the drummer
> for
> the popular rock band Spoon.
> The live room is exposed red adobe bricks, which we made with no artifical
> or petroish ingredients, with contrasting white clay mortar. see pics
> www.thangmaker.com   The control room, isolation rooms and upper level  of
> the live
> room are dry wall with earthen plaster.  Earth seems to score  big with
> recording engineers and acousticians.  Jim has only been open  a few
> months but is
> getting great feedback...no pun intended.
>
> Frank Meyer
>
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