Studio Renovations – Cutting out the Viewing Window

This week, the main item on my agenda is to rough in my new basement teaching/pre-production recording studio. I have decided to put in a 24″x 40″ viewing window between the studio and our family room so I can use the family room to create some sound isolation to record students or the 5th String BLVD. Band rehearsals. Now is the time to be thinking of all the possible ways the two rooms will be used. Here are a few pics …


Cutting out the viewing window opening – studs and all … I love my sawzall! I have taken down many walls with this great tool …


Kyle holds the wall on the family room side, vacuum in hand, while I make the final cuts in the studio.


The section of wall slides out …


Mission accomplished!

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