In an effort to better utilize a small hidden room behind my shop, I decided to turn it into a recording studio. After I outfitted the walls with acoustic foam panels, it was sounding great in there but I needed to jazz it up with an LED-illuminated sign as well as a beautiful desk made from a Honeylocust slab. This was my first time using epoxy to fill large voids as well as my first time to inlay bow ties. It was a learning experience for sure but I’m very pleased with the end result. Check out the video and see for yourself the cool transformation of a drab storage room into the perfect recording studio! Also, if you’re looking for a new podcast to get addicted to, check out “We Built A

Thanks to:
Cadence Mfg. & Design for making awesome CNC bits:
High Grade Lumber:

Items Seen/Used in the video:
Bookcase Door:
Acoustic Foam Panels:
3M Hi-Strength 90 Adhesive Spray:
HitLights LED Light kit:
Epoxy Resin kit:
Hairpin Legs 28″:
Bietrun Mic Arm:
Shure MV7 USB Mic:

00:00 – Intro
01:07 – Acoustic Foam
02:12 – LED Back-lit Sign
05:58 – Cleaning Slab
06:26 – Shaping Slab
07:25 – Bow Ties
09:34 – Epoxy Filling
10:57 – Flattening
12:42 – Finishing
13:16 – Legs
14:07 – Finished Shots
15:22 – WBAT Plug
16:12 – Outtakes

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