Registered: Jul 2006
Location: On Da Plane Wit Da Wayne ;)
Originally posted by Ryan0751
Work? I didn't build it... I handed a boat load of cash to a company for it
Registered: Jun 2004
Location: San Antonio, US : TXTA #156
Originally posted by Existo22
You can get work like that done at a cabinet shop.
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Kill the women. Eat the children.
It's just one of those days where you want to bend over everyone you know and kiss their ass goodbye with a big sideways boot.
Originally posted by Dj Gracjan
the first idea looks kinda cool, but it wouldn't work because i need 2 slide out things. the top one will be my midi keyboard and the lower one will be my computer keyboard
Dude, just MDF it then. It will cost you 30 quid tops, and if you need to slide something out, just include drawer slide mechanisms - you can get all different sizes at B&Q/homebase/Harware stores. It's probably the only way you're going get what you need.
Registered: Sep 2005
Location: mpls mn
Well I re-did my parents basement. The requirements were that one set of speakers (the smaller JBLs) had to face me both at my desk and in the booth... so here is what I came up with. Also added some paint to the walls! What a bitch!
This is the view from the opposite side of the basement.
Here is fellow TA cmay119 who was kind enough to bring over his laptop, Serato and his DJM-400 for a house party last weekend.
This is from behind the booth now. A bit cluttered back there.
The view while spinning.
Here is the view outside from behind the decks.
I'm pretty happy with it. We had a nice floor full of people last weekend. Spun for 7 hours or so. Sorry no pics from the party... everyone looks jacked!
Man you must REALLY trust your neighbors and other people to put all that equipment next to the window on the ground floor of your house.
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Registered: Jan 2006
Location: Minnesota, USA
That party was pretty badass, Dan. Glad the pictures came out well. That setup is definately fun to play on.
Just to clarify about the neighbor/ground floor situation. It's actually a basement, and that's the only side of the house that isn't semi-underground. The exterior walls seemed to absorb the sound pretty well, as when people wen't out for cigarette breaks, the sound didn't travel much pass the stairs you could see in the last picture.