Inspired by Guy Kawasaki's post about his visit to Threadless, I'm wondering if it wouldn't be completely crazy to find an old travel trailer, soundproof it as best as possible and use it as a podcast studio and store it in my dilapidated garage.
(This picture is NOT an old travel trailer - it's a brand new Airstream.)
The setup I describe above would get me out of Studio 1A (my attic) in the summer months to a place that is potentially much cooler. (I'd still need air conditioning, of course, but it wouldn't unbearably hot like it can be now.)
During the winter, I'd probably revert back to Studio 1A, unless of course the trailer had heat (and a bathroom).
Is that completely unreasonable? Dunno.
[tags]Podcasting, On Digital Media, Audio Recording, Sound Studios, Recording, Guy Kawasaki, Threadless, RV, Trailers[/tags]