The microphone chandelier built to a Fuse design by Technical Arts, it uses angle poise lamp frames and microphones to create a unique light fitting which is flown below the existing roof light above the small stage. Matching microphone pendant lights are hung over the bar counter and in the entrance lobby.
Did you hear about that guy who recorded an entire album on display computers in an Apple Store? While that DIY spirit is admirable, recording at a home studio is certainly a better and more private option. While there is certain essential equipment that you will need for a DIY recording & voice-over studio, you don't need to break the bank to create one. This infographic walks through the process of building a home studio, laying out some tips and key equipment you need to get started.