Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Down in the Dark

As promised here are the events of Kory's recording session.

Now, you have to understand something about our basement. Its a dungeon right now, and it is primarily just for storage. We haven't started on the remodel, but Kory needed to record a song for Kelli's Halloween party, so on Saturday afternoon he, Kyle and Nick (Brandon) made due with our smelly basement and actually did a pretty good job. I was upstairs and all I could her was the compressor going, and lots of boyish giggles. When I went down stairs to see what they had done, i was shocked to see walls covered in carpet held up by 2x4's! So creative...

The "control" room

Kyle was totally rocking out when I took this picture....

The vocal booth

The drum place
behind the curtain of carpet
2x4 that is nailed into I believe the ceiling and then carpet nailed to that. By doing this they created a hallway to the control room
Door
some how they got these mics in the ceiling.


Capet walls

10 comments:

darcie said...

well, i think you guys are ready to start charging people. what software do you use kory? you guys must really love halloween, or parties, or kelli, or all if you go to such lengths!

Sky said...

Thats pretty cool! Sweet setup.

Kory said...

All of the above, and Pro tools. It was just an excuse really.

rain said...

That looks way too complicated. Again, while Amy is creating upstairs, so is Kory in the basement. I'm impressed with all the work that you guys are doing. It makes me feel extra lazy. And I really needed that.

KaSs said...

very creative. where did you get all the spare carpet?

Sarah said...

Is that Traverse Mountain water damaged carpet?? I think our cat box is made out of the same stuff - it's amazing where that stuff turns up! I'm looking forward to the Halloween song :)

Shauna said...

That is too funny, and cool. That blog will be pricy when they become famous!

Wendy said...

I'm quite impressed with the creativity! Now if you could only drive a stick shift!!

Kelli and/or Kyle said...

And I'm impressed that Wendy not only read a blog, but learned how to post a comment! And I'd bet money that she'll never see this comment.

Amy said...

again, totally different Wendy...not Wendy your sister, but a friend of ours. Sorry Wendy if you read this and are confused with why she said that.