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The audio track for this was used with written permission. Please see the P.S. Below where I gave the artist credit. I also gave him credit with a LINK in the video. I was issued a copyright strike for this video by his record label 2 years later. I contested it and sent the email where he gave me permission to use it. The copyright system rejected my claim. The ads in this video do nothing for my channel, and I severely doubt the means in which this claim was handled means that he gets anything from it either. Copyright trolling has become the mainstay of the recording industry. Copyright trolling is a criminal act (theft) where nameless, contact-less entities steal your work to profit from it. Alex S. contributed to this project. His record label can stake no claim against the video portion of this which I fully and wholly own, yet despite following the rules here on YouTube, it has been stolen from me. You can’t even use material that you have permission to use anymore. This video’s audio track will eventually be replaced and the video removed because of their THEFT. I stole nothing in this video. The audio track was used with permission. Providing evidence to the YouTube copyright dispute system is meaningless. YouTube is facilitating theft.
I’m up to my ears in madness. Out of space. I’ve always intended to finish the walls in my garage, but wound up moving in first. There was a greater need to spend money on my house in other places, and I never knew there would be as much interest in my DSMs to warrant treating it as a studio. I just thought I needed a garage, but now I realize I needed both.
This is a continuation of the garage modification series. You may have seen the other one where I insulated the roof and installed ventilation in the eaves with a big thermostat-controlled fan. That’s worked out wonderfully so far, so I wanted to improve on it, insulating it, and turning the place into an icebox in the summer [oven in the winter]. Pretty soon, my garage will be more energy efficient than my house. At least if everything goes according to plan.
I’m using 19/32″ OSB subflooring for wallboard. I didn’t use sheetrock because it’s just not durable enough for what I’m going to throw at it. Also some other things I ran across… the breakers for the outlets are 20A, but there are 15A outlets everywhere. I have to do some minor electrical work, but that ain’t nothin’ but a chicken wing.
For anyone else that wishes to finish their garage walls, the method I’m using is extremely affordable. The insulation is $9 a roll. 19/32″ OSB is only $8 a sheet where I live. I used 5 sheets of OSB and 4 rolls of insulation to complete this whole wall if you’re trying to do the math. No windows or doors on this wall. The OSB is screwed in with 1 1/4″ outdoor deck screws ($5 a lb.). I left a 1/4″ – 3/8″ gap using leftover door shims as I hung the panels… so nothing spilled on the floor will soak up into the wall. I’ll caulk that gap before eventually doing baseboards, but that’s really the right way to do it. You need to leave a gap. Make sure you finish everything electrical that doesn’t traverse through the face of a receptacle box prior to putting the walls up. Conduit would have been nice, but certainly not required. Staple-anchored wire is up-to-code where I live, but might not be where you live. It just has to be in the center of the stud (1.5″) so you don’t risk hitting it with siding nails, drywall screws, etc… Check with your county governments before sealing-up what they consider to be a fire hazard.
So now I must consider which to do… leave it bare? Prime it and leave it (like an old Chevy Nova)? Paint a big checkerboard, or checkered flag on it? GREEN SCREEN (so I can knock out a layer mask and put anything in the background I want)? Just keep in mind that it can’t compete with the utility of a workshop… I’ll still be putting up shelves, racks, pegboards, etc… just don’t know if I can leave it bare… let me know what you think in the comments!
PS: Props to DJ Alex S. His channel illustrates you can make something musically awesome out of anything. The fact that he could rip this awesome dubstep mix out of the NYAN CAT theme proves there is art in everything. Anyone who can mix My Little Pony into a subwoofer-frying dance mix has either skills that kill, or too much time on their hands. Lol! If you have the latter, go check out his channel!
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