The studio is starting the painstaking and labor intensive process of getting “sealed up.” With all the traditional and spray foam insulation in place, and over 35,000-feet of audio, electrical, and digital wiring precisely laid, it’s time for the sheetrock and plywood to close her up.

I checked in on our the rock foreman yesterday. He was pretty exasperated but still had a smile on.

“It’s so complicated,” he said. “Everything takes longer in here.”

That’s because there are no two right angles in the whole space. Everything is off axis or curved, producing around 25% waste of all building materials, and creating one stink of a measuring-cutting nightmare for the finishing team.

Still, everyone that’s been involved has kept the studio’s main purpose in mind: serving artists for the world to hear. And knowing that the Gospel will go out from this place in song is pretty encouraging; we all feel honored to have a hand in it.

Right now we’re gathering finish materials and ordering lights. Definitely in sight of the finish now.

Thanks for your continued prayers and enthusiasm over Sprig Studio – it means so much to us, and even more to those that will hear. ch:





Gabe · 8 Mar ’12 at 11:01 am

lookin’ good so far!

Gabe · 8 Mar ’12 at 3:10 pm

This is off topic, but I think you should do a post on how you and Sir Baton market your books.

    Christopher Hopper · 8 Mar ’12 at 3:33 pm

    Great suggestion. Will definitely take into consideration. Actually formulating a whole series on self-publishing.

    Gabe · 8 Mar ’12 at 3:36 pm

    SWEEEEET!!! 😀

Sarah Novak · 8 Mar ’12 at 3:21 pm

Looks amazing! Keep up the good work and give your workers a pat on the back from us Novaks. Looking forward to working in there one day!

Miriam Woodruff · 8 Mar ’12 at 3:46 pm

when will it be ready for me to come do back up vocals again? ( in a crowd of course 🙂 .

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