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How To Effectively (And Cheaply) Soundproof A Home Studio

Home recording is a huge industry - as consumer technology has caught up to professional industry standards, more and more musicians and artists have eschewed the popular recording studios in favor of recording in their basement, garage, or bedroom. One of the last hurdles these artists face, however, is that of soundproofing. Effective soundproofing for a home studio environment can be effective and cheap - if one knows how to go about it. Read More 

Avoid Regret—Hire A Court Reporter/Stenographer

Court reporters are not a given; you can't expect them to be present at every case in every state and county. Because of budget restraints, it is now expected in many areas that you find and pay for your own court reporter. But you can't just enlist your neighbor—the job requires real skill. And you do need a good court reporter to avoid running into trouble in the event that you have to appeal. Read More 

3 Important Things To Consider When Shopping For A Home Security Camera

Thinking about adding some security measures around your home? If so, and if you're not quite ready to spend the money on a full-fledged, monitored security system, then you might want to consider the option of installing security cameras around your property--particularly around the exterior entrances of your home. By doing so, you can deter criminals from setting foot on your property. And in the event that a crime does occur on your property, you can have video footage to turn over to the police. Read More 

Let A Plumbing Company Come Diagnose Your Sewer Problems: The Benefits Of Sewer System Diagnosis

Sewer problems can cause you huge headaches. They can run from simple problems like slow drains all the way to big problems like broken sewer lines that cause you to end up with puddles of raw sewage in your yard. If you end up with a sewer problem, you need to figure out what and where the problem is. There are several reasons for this: Liability One reason to find out where the sewer issue is concerns who has to pay for it. Read More 

Determining If Your Youngster Has Auditory Processing Disorder

Young children develop skills at their own pace, but as time passes, a hearing problem may become quite apparent to parents and caregivers, particularly when the children are old enough to attend school. What is Auditory Processing Disorder? Auditory processing disorder is a problem where youngsters cannot process language that they hear as well as other people. This is because their brain doesn't recognize spoken words correctly. The problem only affects about 5 percent of youngsters who are old enough to attend school; therefore, parents shouldn't assume that this is the problem before seeing a specialist. Read More