My Apollo Studio is not very big in size (7 x 4 x 2 ,5 meters), but it is quite filled with equipment. A question I get a lot is: 'Do you really need all that equipment to make music?' Well the answer is a simple 'No!'. I actually combine several hobbies in this room. One of them is producing music, another one is collecting synthesizers, creating sounds (presets/patches) for synthesizers, and then also building my own DIY electronics project, creating video, and 3D stuff and last but not least this studio is also my home office for my work. So there is a lot I do there. For this reason the studio is divided into sections. All of them have a special function. In the menu on the left you can find an overview of these sections. I thought it would be fun to name them just like being streets in the studio. You can click on the sub-menu's for more information about each section.
Here is one of the amazing fish-eye pictures that my friend Chris made in my Apollo Studio. He made them with a special Fish-eye lens that captures way more in one shot then a normal camera can do. You even have to watch out that you are not in the picture yourself. This picture was taken from the back of the studio. I think it gives quite a nice view of what you see when you enter the studio through the door. You can find more pictures by the way in the picture section of the menu and there are also some video's of the studio.
Here is one more overview shot taken by Chris with the Fish Eye lens. It almost looks like it was taken from above the studio. In the middle you can clearly see my drum kit and on the right you can see the big DIY modular wall I'm building myself. There is a lot of information about my studio on this website so be sure to browse through all the menu's when you are interested in learning more about how my studio works. I hope you enjoy :)