_dan wrote:...but after a year I realized that the "energy" in there was no good for me. It just felt drained, and I always found myself not wanting to be in there for very long. Wasn't an acoustic treatment issue cause I typically use headphones. So I moved my "studio" into the living room (where those in my home spend the most time) and problem solved. Better energy. Environment definitely effects the psyche.
tallowwaters wrote:I too have my studio set up in a separate space. In my case, it's a barn/woodshop. Even though it's just a minute walk from the house, I have a hard time committing my time to sitting and making music in there, especially since my friends and I seldom do any jamming/rehearsal/anything outside of copious drinking these days.
For a while I was beating myself up, as making music had always been part of my routine, but I realized not long ago that taking a good year off from music was really just the best for me. I'm gearing up to moving the gear to the house after some renovations, and I'm fairly excited to have instant access to my gear when the mood hits.
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