Magnus Olsson: deep dive into Blue-Room Studio - guitar fans dream!

Magnus Olsson:
I get loads of mails about what I use in my home recording environment (but it is more like a writing and practice room these days).
So I thought it was an idea to shot a short video to show it.
It is noting in deep, just a quick walk through of what I had here that specific day. Sorry for my English and not thinking about what to say before it's already to late and I already said it.

The first thing you will notice is that noting in the room is blue, so I guess you're thinking "why on earth is he calling a room with noting even close to blue in it, the blue room studio?
Is he seriously colorblind, just mad or both colorblind and mad?".

But no, I'm not colorblind (and just a little bit mad) and there are reasons for this madness. My studio rooms have always been very blue, blue walls, blue tables, blue stoles, blue everything (I really like blue, sort of like the opposite to green, like smoke), and the name was self-evident. But a little while ago did I move to a new and bit bigger flat, and decide to go for a change on colors in my music room, try something new.
But I really like the name "Blue Room", sort of like in the middle of an aquarium without being a fish, and it is also full of nice memories for me, so I kept it.

The walls are a horrible color right now, a memory left by the previous flat owner (now he must have been seriously colorblind), and will be repainted to warm chili red and a black fond wall where the guitars are hanging, as soon as I get the time (I have all the paint and stuff, but no time to do it, or maybe the truth is, can't get my fingers out of my ass to do it because it is silly boring).
Well, enough about that, step out of your shoes and welcome in.

Hope you enjoy it.

Blue-Room Studio visit (Part I)

Blue-Room Studio visit (Part II)

Blue-Room Studio visit (Part III)