Make some noise!
This time you might not be doing this with your instruments, but with handyman tools instead! Hiring a handyman might lead to unfortunate events and unsatisfactory results, so why don’t you just do it yourself? With the right tools, everything is possible!
- Cabinets – Make your unique cabinets for the safe storage of your instruments using saws and wood routers. Cabinets will make your studio appear pleasing especially when your instruments are not in use. Cabinets don’t only keep your instruments organized; they also allow you to have more free space for other things such as your computer, monitor, and furniture.
- Tables and Chairs – To achieve the best-looking tables and chairs, you just have to use one of the top 5 wood lathes on the market, and you’re good to go! Your studio will need furniture for your computer, mixer, and other editing tools and needs. Making your furniture will make you feel more confident about your home studio. Plus, purchasing pre-designed furniture is so yesterday! If you have the chance to do it yourself, you’ll also have an opportunity to express yourself or your music through the project. Everything will then be personalized and customized according to your taste. You can also incorporate just the right amount of drawers or other features in the furniture if you DIY.
- Logo – That’s right! Do some wood carving and present your logo the unique way! Having it printed in a tarpaulin isn’t unique nor having it painted. Carving your logo will not only make your studio sophisticated, but it will also be worth to boast about! It will allow you to think about the appropriateness of your logo design. After all, you would want to carve a logo that’s final. Placing it in front of your studio’s door is a warm and an excellent welcome to you and your band, as well as to your visitors.
Woodworking is another form of art that is similar to making music. Both allow you to express your feelings and inspire others. Besides, woodworking is believed to be an effective way to fight writer’s block if you’re a songwriter.