As far as the studio that was high priority after a radio in the early 70's got old fast-then on to a reel to reel tape deck which clay dust killed went to a car stereo tape deck-went thru 3 of them-then on to a buried conduit for sound from the house (dust free)worked thru tapes then onto cds-now I would not trade thia for my i pad or smart phone-its my music the way I want it. Never touch a thing except volume control all day long.
When the trench is open put in a few spare conduits as you never know whats ahead-I ran phone line later and cable tv(not used )not a tv fan while studio working.
water trench is also good-along with a few hundred amps in another trench-all needed for good studio work.
If you build a few houses along the way this also helps your studio skill set.Plumbing skills will also aid you as a potter.
It helps to be stable as well and not move around the country.When I feel the urg I just listen to a few traving tunes.Like the Waifs new album or Grace Potter
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