Studio Humidity Levels

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    Unknown User : Sat 23rd Aug 2014 : 3 years ago Hello,

    Does anyone know the best humidity levels for a studio to protect equipment, Records & CDs…?
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    Modnex : Sat 23rd Aug 2014 : 3 years ago I read that 45-50% is probably the best room temperature for studio equipment. You wouldn't want your equipment to be in a room that's too hot nor too cold. So somewhere in between is probably the best. Try buying a dehumidifier and turn it on every time you're not in the room, that should help.
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    Unknown User : Sun 24th Aug 2014 : 3 years ago Thanks,

    I have a dehumidifier in my studio and waiting to get a weather station to give me the temperate readings for inside the studio and out side in the garden.

    I set my dehumidify to 40% and runs when I’m not in the studio and at times when I’m in the studio. The dehumidify is quite big and does make a noise sounding like a big fan blowing, maybe I will sample a 4 bar loop and post it on Looperman. :=) also I have notice the electricity bill has gone up a bit, but I think it is worth having it on a lot to protect my studio gear and stuff plus it gets rid of bugs, they hate the dry air.
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