I have a studio a mile from downtown Dallas that I call "the boiler room." it's in the basement of my loft. when I first acquired the space, the room that now serves as my studio had bare concrete walls and ceilings and was extremely live. I knew this wouldn't work for recording though so I put insulation and burlap on the ceiling to deaden the room a bit. I also built sound deadening panels with rigid insulation wrapped in burlap. I've been very pleased with the sounds I've been able to get out the room since doing the sound treatment. my album 490 days was my first project to record in the studio. now that I've wrapped my first personal project in the space, I've started working as an engineer & producer for other artists while continuing to work on my own music.