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Acoustic Panels from Plywood Scraps – Music Studio Build

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Trying to make my Music Studio Room sound better with a temporary fix by making some Acoustic Panels from Plywood Scraps. This went OK but wasn’t a huge success, the room will sound much better after the real makeover from

All the best! Martin

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Hannes Knutsson

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  1. 0MindSwept0

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    0:45 he summoned a drumstick XD

  2. Minalkra

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I'd like to meet the other members, to be honest.

  3. nougatschnitte sagt hi

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    During quarantine I have watched all your videos and I finnaly catched up. I habe to say that I am very very impressed by your skills, your hard work and your stubborn perfectionism. Unfortunatly I'm only blessed with the third thing, but you are just amazing. So please keep it up, I am waiting here in Vienna to watch you on your World Tour, hopefully you'll Come to Austria as well

  4. Keith Mainey

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I really like the visual difference of the used sheets… keep them…

  5. Balázs Kelemen

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I have noticed, that the clamps were different before and after. After they were much slower. 🙂

  6. Runoratsu

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    It's acoustically better, but so much darker and more visually cuttered… =/

  7. Philip

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    looks great martin (:

  8. Tyson Dalgliesh

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    you say you want a completely black backgound, i gotta ask whats on the back of the curtain

  9. Um Vs YouTune

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    oh dust trap extreme!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. SENJA ANJAY

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    4:37 MEME!! REVIEW!!

  11. bruchpilot747

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    The floor is still screwing you hard…

  12. MrFedX

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Wintergatan turns into swedish children show from the 70s. 🙂

  13. lemonade salva3ero19

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    wait, i am not a professional of any sorts, but isn't the foam facing the wrong direction?

  14. Miroslav Ćuk

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    It all looks great, but when you started to put the boards where you were sitting I immediately remembered 22.03. Put more screws in the boards above your head, a few columns maybe.

    Greetings from Zagreb

  15. Ben M

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Ok, that trick of putting a bar under large panel you were sawing……..where has that been all my life?! So simple, so brilliant.

  16. Jaime Bravo

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    dude, get some sleep, im worried for you

  17. The Smigster

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    you want some realistic test quotes, how about "today i broke another tap"

  18. This Old Tony

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I need you to come over and do the same thing for my garage.
    Please.

  19. Karol Wieczorek

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    We've lost 'idee', we've gained 'vireless' – I'm fine with this trade-off, I think

  20. cydeffect22

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    It is a lot better. : )

  21. Dr. Robert Nick

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    The planet needs a small motor that makes it rotate slowly

  22. Štěpán Karásek

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    with ambient light it looks better

  23. Bag of Snails

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I'm going to miss the sound quality of the old setup. there was something delightfully and artistically deranged about it. real mad scientist vibes, but in a good way. that said I'm excited for the improved sound quality. I can't wait to hear the mmx in a professional sound studio.

  24. Jason Morris

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Martin, FanTAStic job!

    Although, looking at the drilled pieces of wood connecting the panels to the ceiling have me worried.
    What if there's an earthquake? Are the panels secure enough?

    Being from California, earthquakes are something that actively cross my mind when renovating. Maybe I'm just paranoid?

  25. michelhv

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    In need of extra isolation we are?

  26. IDontWannaChooseAName

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    The sound is just fine. I get that you want something neutral to be able to have maximum freedom, but honestly more hall/reverb effect boxes should come with an "attic" preset. Attics are a bit eerie on top of being cozy, what's wrong with that.

  27. valarya

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I never noticed you 'yelling' before, but hearing the before/after I had JUST noticed it when you said something about it. Strange!!

  28. J P

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Great use of the scrap plywood panels, and I really like the look too.

  29. Dmitry Klokov

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Thats aprils fool right?

  30. ryanmarshall96

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    it's sad because it feels clustered. I loved the blank white space because it felt so refreshing. its sad because the sound wasn't good, but i wish there was a good compromise.

  31. Leonardo DeroW

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Wouldn't be nice to have a uv-led strip over the stars to make then glow ?
    Also, if you can keep the plywood frames showing, looks nice for the mechanical pov.

  32. annando

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I think you should apply some reflective stuff to the left (like these aluminum foils to keep insured people warm) to but some diffused light to the left of your face. You could use golden foil for this. This would give the whole scene a much warmer look.

  33. Blacklab412294

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Before was really live. After was a lot deader…

  34. Richard Kezer

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    one has to like, how Martin knows how make fun about himself…

  35. Christopher Fink

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I think the plywood scraps look really cool hanging around the room. Awesome art pieces

  36. BlOoDyRhUm26

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    too bad I found out about it at the same time as the video.
    I would have liked to help, for my friends I make acoustic panels (DIY of course) out of wood or recycled fabrics (see the video of DIY Peaks: https://youtu.be/pABvTWSxOes ).
    I'll bring you some of them, but with the confinement it won't be possible.
    if you're interested in making good and cheap panels, look at the second-hand shops (in France the most famous is "Emmaüs") and ask for the stained fabrics, usually they get rid of them for not much 😉

    and beautiful universe 😀

  37. foodini

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    LIttle worried, here, that one of those swiss-cheese plywood panels will break at a support and fall on your noggin.

  38. Iron Lightning

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    It is Wednesday, my dudes

  39. BugsydorPrime

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    Okay, I'm about 85% sure today's post was an April Fools joke.

  40. Julian Cedrik

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    I may be wrong but i thought that absorbing is from front to back. through the Material not for reverb.

  41. Attila Asztalos

    01.04.2020 at 23:59

    HAH! Amateur… everyone knows empty egg cartons is the only real way to go…!

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Why Fans Are Upset at John Krasinski’sSome Good News Deal

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A few of John Krasinski fans feel like they’ve heard some bad news…

On Thursday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the actor’s feel-good show, Some Good News, was licensed to ViacomCBS after a “massive bidding war.”

The outlet reported that while Krasinski would stay on as an executive producer, he would no longer be anchoring the popular web series. At this time, it’s unclear exactly where the show will air.

“Wow who can believe when we started this thing together we all just wanted good news to be more fully represented in our everyday lives. And now? You quite literally ARE the good news!” 40-year-old Krasinski wrote on Twitter. “Thanks to you, SGN lives on, joining the ranks of this historic news network! See you all soon!”

But the announcement wasn’t met with entirely positive feedback. Many fans of the show—which was created to share positivity amidst the coronavirus pandemic— found the business transaction antithetical to the very spirit of the show.

And Twitter reacted swiftly.

“So he made 8 YouTube videos comprised largely of unpaid contributions from fans, sold the brand to a major conglomerate, and isn’t even going to make it anymore?” One fan tweeted. “Just cashed out? Does this rub anyone else the wrong way, kinda?”

Another fan wrote: “You are profiting off Some Good News!?! I bought you hook, line and sinker… believed you were just trying to bring goodness to light. Going from YouTube (free) to a pay service…so disappointed…sellout!!!”

“I can’t believe you sold it,” one disappointed fan tweeted. “It’s not about the good news, it’s about the profit.”

“This will lose the heart of SGN and become just another corporate money making watered down version of what it once was,” decried another.

While The Office actor hasn’t directly addressed some fans’ negative feedback, the official Some Good News Twitter account has been replying to fans with concerns.

“We are going to be free and available on multiple platforms. SGN lives on and we hope you come with us,” the show’s verified account tweeted.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Krasinski was hesitant in the face of a landslide of offers to buy the show, which rolled in shortly after its debut. Currently, Some Good News‘ YouTube channel has over 70 million views and 2.58 million subscribers.

In its eight episode run, Some Good News had a bounty of viral moments, like Krasinski and his wife, Emily Blunt surprising healthcare workers, reuniting the cast of The Office for a wedding ceremony and recruiting Billie Eilish and the Jonas Brothers for a virtual prom. Krasinski even convincedBrad Pitt to report the weather.

While many fans have jumped to conclusions about the currently undisclosed finances of the Some Good News deal, many are hoping Krasinski will announce that profits will go towards COVID-19 relief efforts.





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Music & The Spoken Word: Memorial Day Special – Live Stream May 24, 2020

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Music and the Spoken Word broadcast with The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

View the individual tracks here:

1. The Star-Spangled Banner
2. Because of the Brave
3. America the Beautiful
4. The Washington Post (Organ Solo)
5. This Is My Country
6. The Pledge of Allegiance
7. The Emblem of the Land We Love (Spoken Word)
8. On This Day
9. A Tribute to the Armed Services

The Emblem of the Land We Love

The flag of the United States has flown on the earth and the moon, on the home front and the battlefront, in conflict and in peace. Something stirs within us when we see this red, white, and blue “emblem of the land [we] love, the home of the free and the brave.”

For many of us, that stirring is especially deep when we remember those who have died defending what that flag represents. As one unknown patriot wrote, “Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.” Today we honor the heroic men and women throughout history who have defended our nation. Without their sacrifice, the flag would be little more than a colorful piece of fabric. Because of their sacrifice, the flag continues to proclaim to all the world the principles of freedom, equality, liberty, and justice for all.

Of course, we all know that no nation is perfect. And yet our love and respect for our country seems to deepen as we work to overcome our shortcomings and mistakes, past and present. What makes any country great is the principles of its founding, its boundless potential, and its constant striving to live up to both.

The same is true of each of us. After all, a country is made up of individuals—all less than perfect and all with great potential. In a sense, each of us is, like our beloved flag, an emblem of this land we love. Our country is only as strong as each individual who serves and sacrifices for its core institutions: for the home and the family, for neighborhoods and communities, for church and state.

And so this Memorial Day, when we see the flag of freedom wave, let us remember what it represents—not just a land but a people. It waves for the sons and daughters who gave their all. It waves for the promise of liberty they died to protect. It waves for every patriot who has made this country the land we love. We honor their memories, this day and always.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Celebrate 6 Years of Marriage

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KimYe are celebrating another year of marriage. 

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West wed six years ago today and they have “forever to go,” wrote the mother-of-four on Instagram in an anniversary post. 

“Until the end,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star added, alongside two throwback pics of the couple. 

The KUWTK star also shared a couple of snapshots of her wedding day on her Instagram Stories with the same heartfelt caption. The Kar-Jenner clan matriarch Kris Jenner also took to her Instagram to wish the couple a happy anniversary, “Happy Anniversary to these two!!! I love you guys!!!!! ❤️❤️ @kimkardashian #KanyeWest.”

As fans may recall, the two said “I Do” in a lavish wedding at the historic Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy. 

The couple was joined by their closest family and friends as well as their eldest daughter, North West.  

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In a 2013 interview for BBC, Kanye gushed about Kim giving him “everything.” He said, “Family time—it’s what Kim gave me. She gave me everything. She gave me a family. She gave me a support system.” 

The two have gone on to welcome three more children to their family: Saint WestChicago West and Psalm West

Ahead of popping the big question to Kim, Kanye gushed about his future bride to be. 

“I’m so happy to be with her, to live this life together, and—with our relationship with God—to be able to live forever in heaven together,” the 42-year-old 808’s & Heartbreak artist said. “And also to raise a strong family that communicates truth and beauty, and we have a good time while doing it by just being creative…I love that fact that God has put her in my life—every single day.”

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