It took a whole year to complete Joel Zimmerman aka deadmau5’s monstrous studio set up. Taking over the master bedroom, his newly renovated studio is more than just a space where the magic happens. With such an elaborate set up, it really does look like it can conjure all sorts of sorcery.

We got a taste of what the studio is made of when Razer Music in collaboration with deadmau5 released has a full video tour of it last month. The studio was built over the last year with details of its progression sporadically revealed to fans via social media. The video tour definitely got many weak in the knees, and some in need of change of underwear.

We now have a complete picture of what the studio is made of from the people who are responsible for the creation of his new work space. Martin Pilchner of Pilchner Schoustal International Inc. recently revealed to the completed state of deadmau5‘s new production studio, and it will make anyone sing, “Sweet dreams are made of this.” The company has worked on many studio set ups, which includes work done for Sigma Sound in Philadelphia, Reservoir in New York, Studio Baumhaus in Texas, S + V Post in Mumbai, and Mau5trap in Campbellville, Ontario.

The usage of the space is crucial in any kind of renovations. When Pilchner Schoustal was approached for the project, it was determined that the former master bedroom wing of his residence was the perfect spot for his studio. The room features high ceilings, and two attached spaces which have been converted to an isolation booth and dedicated machine room.

“The room boundaries are designed with controlled reflection geometry and also integrate a custom made racking system designed to accommodate the synthesizer collection with integrated cable management and power solution. In addition to the main monitors, the room also incorporates a 5.1 and 7.1 mid field surround system as well as a fully calibrated 11.3 Dolby Atmos system.”

“Another feature of the space is the large array of walnut ceiling fins which flow from the rear ceiling trap at an oblique angle acting as a diffusive element. The ATC 25 ceiling speakers also required a custom ceiling bracket system to accommodate the weight of the speakers as well as to conform to the room context.”

Head over here to get the full gist of deadmau5’s new workspace and other cream worthy Pilchner Schoustal Int. projects.

[Source: EDM Tunes]