I actually have all the gear removed currently and I'm making a nice stained and polyurethaned top for it and I have some molding.
Since that pic was taken, I've also put rack ears in the spaces underneath both speakers and painted the posts for the monitor stand black. Now that I don't have any pressing projects, I'm taking the time to finally finish the desk. If you live near a university you can often find furniture at their surplus sales.The UW here in Seattle has a bunch of sturdy height adjustable classroom type desks at their surplus store at the moment. My first desk was a closet door on 2x4s, with a pair of $10 Home Depot desk shelves to raise my monitors. Hey b3groover, what's the story with that awesome-looking 8-channel rack pre in the pics???
I added a Cinemag input transformer to each card, the CMQEE-3440A, which is a recreation of the original Reichenbach mic input transformer that Quad Eight used with these cards. The first two channels have direct inputs (not yet installed in that old picture) and each channel has phantom, phase, and a -10db pad. I had a lot of help from people at the Prodigy Pro forum and others I found online that did the same thing.


How about we kick off this holiday week with an awesome 15% off discount to The Land of Nod, and a little recap of the event I hosted for them last week, too!? A huge thank you to Honest and The Land of Nod for allowing me to get my craft on for this event! And if you want to see what all the other parties looked like, hop around to their blogs via the links below! I used ornaments and pinwheels to turn their¬†Kardboard Kingdom into a candy-inspired wonderland. Below I’ve listed all the items I used in my decor, in case you want some for yourselves! Last Thursday I was lucky to be a part of a nation-wide series of holiday trunk shows for The Land of Nod.
I’m also pretty in love with the skirt that Party Skirts sent over for me to wear to the big event, too. I hosted the Los Angeles event, along with The Honest Company, who generously opened their doors for us to hold it at their headquarters! I scalloped the roof with paper circles, made furniture out of egg cartons (Jeff even made a couch!), a gumball garland (inspired by Brittni), a pipe cleaner tree (inspired by Funkytime) and added some very¬†Studio DIY touches too.


Everyone was invited to eat, drink, shop and craft, amidst some awesome Land of Nod holiday decor. I was given free reign to jazz up the space, and decided that I’d turn it into a modern gingerbread house! Ornaments as candy, felt garlands that look like gumballs, and a castle as the gingerbread house itself!
Check out the event, the decor and all the fun gifts Land of Nod has for the holidays below, and then head on over to their site to do your shopping!
From today through November 27th, enter code “DIYLA” to receive 15% off your order! One of diy articles on making one of audioSometimesmatt smith is electronics based but we do need racks .



Make Wood Furniture Shine
Art Deco Furniture Designs
Woodworking tools woodinville
Wood Karving


Comments

  1. AZIZLI

    You disappointments when your completed product price per board is not.

    28.11.2015

  2. L_500

    Minimal instruments and equipment broad range.

    28.11.2015

  3. Diams

    Embody: First-high quality, hand-selected Pennsylvania hardwood, plywood.

    28.11.2015

top