Historical Dry Ice Blasting Restoration in Calgary

Ice BlastingThe Sammy Rock Music House Studio has been around for quite some time. So long that it has been through a lot of wear and tear, renovations and more. When you have an establishment that’s been around for many years and you have different artists from all walks of life entering on a regular basis. You are bound to have something bad happen every once in awhile.

Sometimes those things are out of your control for example natural disasters like tornadoes or fire damage. In those situations all you can really do is prepare and react. Hoping that you’re able to salvage and restore as much of your property as you can.

For instance, approximately 5 years ago one of our drawing rooms experienced fire disaster which left many areas of the room damaged. We had to contact one of the top co2 blasting Calgary professionals to take care of the restoration process. Going with co2 was an experience move considering that we experienced a similar disaster only two years prior. We definitely learned our lesson by choosing more expensive means of cleaning.

One of the biggest benefits of using co2 is that you’re not forced away from your work for too long. Since it’s a very non-toxic procedure you are capable of even doing work right beside it if you can deal with the noise. Since we aren’t as much of a recording studio as we used to be many of the students don’t mind hearing a little bit of noise while they work on their drawings and paintings.

When our fire problem occurred, many of the older paintings that were purchased were damaged. Fortunately we were able to use some of the dry ice to help clean and restore the paintings back to brand new. Or at least very close to it.

If you or anyone you know has a studio that is looking for a quick means of cleaning, just get in contact with us. Or, get more info on dry ice blasting Vancounver & Western Canada

Setting Up Your DAW

Cubase DAW SoftwareOne of the biggest things that producers and engineers have to do when they get started is not just loading up software on their Digital Audio Workstation, but also connecting everything together so that you’re able to record. Many of the new breed producers aren’t too familiar with how to connect the physical backend of their studio, although they are definitely well versed in taking control of most software.

I have to be honest, the first time that I learn to do this it was kind of a pain in the arse. Setting up your soundcard, knowing which connectors go where, being sure you’re not over a limiting any outputs etc etc. Eventually over time, I did start to get the hang of it and really enjoyed setting up DAW for my other friends who just got their equipment.

If you’re looking to just produce music then all you really need to do is connect your computer to your drum machine or mini keyboard. Also, you’re going to have to connect to your studio monitor speakers to your sound card device so that you’re able to hear what it is that you’re producing.

If you find that you require a microphone, then we highly recommend purchasing two different styles as possible. One of those styles being a cardioid microphone, while the other being a dynamic or condenser. These will definitely help keep your recording options versatile for different applications.

At this point once you have all of the physical connection setup it will then make sense to start installing the remainder of your software. I mean she can’t hear it how do you know if it works?

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