Ehh, it's ok. I don't play vidya so I hang out in here.
I could go take a pic of my living room too but not too exciting. Couple couches and a 55" TV. It's nice being an adult and not having to confine all of your shit into a small bedroom at your parent's house.
I wish I had the extra money laying around to mic up my drums. Shit's not cheap tho and I'm too busy paying for this 2-car garage near the beach.
For a guitar, you can get away with one mic and a little stand. For the drums, you gotta drop some $$$ to do it right. You can get mics for fairly cheap that will get the job done if you set it up right but you still need to buy clamps and boom stands for everything, cables, an interface with a bunch of channels, plus software.
I haven't had carpeted floors in years and honestly I can't imagine it anymore. Tile and hardwood is just so much easier. Then toss down some area rugs where you need em and throw those bitches out as soon as you spill something on them.
Pic related is indoor mancave with no cleanup after passing out on the couch last night. I really should sleep in the bed moar.
>I haven't had carpeted floors in years
i just bought the place.
pic is master bedroom. i'm demo'ing and remodeling the 2 spare bedrooms first...then i'll do master....then kitchen.
new flooring is exterior plywood ripped to 5" widths glued to slab with an adhesive sealant.
>that miniature persian rug for a mouse mat
Class as fuck.
had to use gyazo to shrink the file size
Plywood? Wtf will that look like?
But anyway if you do real hardwood, that shit will always pay off when you go to sell. You can beat the hell out of it for 10 years, then just sand that bitch down and refinish it, and it will look like you just installed new floors.
My old house, we remodeled that shit quite a few years back. Had carpeting since like the 80s and shitty linoleum tile in the kitchen. Did hardwood thru the kitchen and new carpet thru the rest of the house. Liked the hardwood so much that like a year later we ripped up all the year old carpet and did wood throughout the whole house.
just get a t.bone set (eg. DC 1200) and two mic stands from thomman (cheapest mic stands are like 10€ a piece).
you also need a mixer, cables, some form of audio interface, obviously, but you need those anyway if you ever plan on recording anything.
Sub needs better placement, but I'm not redesigning my basement for my pc
What the hell is wrong with your dreamcast?
>also get on my level
google image search "plywood floors"
if i installed actual hardwood flooring in this house, it would be like throwing a $1000 saddle on a $10 horse.
just trying to make the place look pretty and dump it for a profit
1100 Sq feet 2 story with a basement 2 bedroom 1 bath. this is my master bedroom yeah