Flickr Finds: Mixmaster Student Designs On A Dime

Flickr Finds: Mixmaster Student Designs On A Dime

Anthony Nguyen
Jun 9, 2009

Even with the slightly excessive HDR treatment (the photography technique that helps emphasize this room's bursting contrast and color), there's something undeniably splendid about having such a fine and organized, functional space. Especially when it comes to sectioning off rest and music listening areas in such a small space - a task probably made even more difficult given his budget constraints - remains an achievement on its own, in addition to his next big hit...

On his desk, he does his work off a 24" Dell Ultrasharp display. Meanwhile, highly refined and accurate tracks play off his pair Audio Pro Avantek speakers sitting on monitor stands (note to self, speaker-ear height is always important when one wishes to gain the best angle for listening enjoyment).

Contributing to the clean look, we also took notice to the fact that there are no speaker wires running all over the place. While it's mainly due to the fact that his focus is stereo music imaging and not gaming immersion (via a 5.1 speaker system), it's still nice to see a music studio controlled when it comes to keeping those wires away from prying eyes.

When he doesn't feel like doing work via his task chair, he kicks back on his lounge chair, picks up his remote control, and plays music via his Yamaha AX-892 stereo amp. If we were a student living in this room, we wouldn't have it any other way.

(Image: Mixmaster)

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