Any recording engineer, producer or artist knows that all music studios see their fair share of traffic, and that studio walls and corners see a great deal of damage. Because of this, it's essential to use corner guards to protect your studio for many reasons.
Of course some studios might receive more damage than others. This often depends on the musicians and artists that you serve. If your studio mainly works with young artists, or artists that make music in popular genres like rock, pop, metal and hip hop, you might find that studio party-goers do a lot of damage to your walls and corners. Many artists might also be young, immature or simply inconsiderate; and they may not show respect for your studio or space.
However, some studio damage is pretty universal. Because soundproofing is essential but expensive, even high-end studio spaces are usually made up of small soundproof rooms throughout and a few larger rooms. Because of this:
Which Corner Guards are Right for Your Music Studio?
Boss Stainless Steel Corner Guards are ideal for most studios because they have a streamlined and sleek look, yet they provide heavy-duty protection. Our Aluminum Checker Plate design has a quite recognizable diamond-pattern, great for studios with an industrial/modern look, however these might not be a good style choice for a studio with a higher-end decor theme. In the end, the aesthetics are up to you.
With either option, it's best to choose corner guards that are at least 48-inches long and 4- or 6-inches wide. Because instruments and equipment items are typically very large and a lot of studio space is likely very small, you should opt for as much protection as possible. Boss Corner Guards work well on all common wall surfaces including brick, plaster and drywall and pricing is affordable for both options. Contact us today to learn more, or for advice on which corner guard design is right for you!