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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Taking Over the Closets, Living Room, and Bedroom

Push the furniture out of the way. You’re going to need some space for this band.

Among instruments, the piano and acoustic drums will require the most room. Since you have three rooms to work with (living room, bedroom, and your chosen control room) and the drums can get pretty loud, I suggest you put the drums in the bedroom and the piano in the living room. The piano is much easier to control than an acoustic drum kit volume-wise. Along with the piano, I would put the acoustic guitar player and percussionist in the living room. The singer should be in the isolation booth, which can be in the control room or the living room, depending on the amount of space you have. You have two closets, one ...

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