Here’s what it cost one New Avenue client to build a music studio—including all the architecture, engineering, permits, demolition, and new construction.
When one of our clients bought a home with plans to remodel an existing two-car garage into a recording studio, he quickly realized that the project was more than he’d bargained for. The garage was collapsing, there were actual holes in the walls, it wasn’t water-tight, and it wasn’t secure. He needed a studio that would protect his equipment and help him produce high-quality music.
We demolished the old garage and built an entirely new studio.
This is the floorplan for the recording studio:
What you can’t see very well in these plans are the details that are designed to control the sound. Our soundproofing was designed to:
- Stop sound from bouncing around within the room.
- Stop sound from escaping the room.
- Stop sound from entering the room from outside.
To see the full, detailed cost of the recording studio, including survey, engineering, architecture, permits, demolition, and construction, click here: Cost to convert garage to music studio
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