It’s the room in the music studio where you sit and listen when you’re in your car.
In the last decade, it’s been a place where people have built up a network of friends and family members who share a common love for music and have come together for a few weeks to listen to the tunes of the day.
But it’s also a place you can get a cold drink from if you don’t want to drink at home.
Now it’s a safe space for people who are on the road, but they still need a place to work, socialize and play music.
NPR’s Chris Anderson has been at the studios for five years and is now on his third visit.
“We’ve had people in there that have been out of town and in town for a long time,” he said.
“They’ve had kids that have kids.
It’s just a really nice and safe place.”
The walls are made from wood and metal, and a metal door keeps out other people who might want to hang out.
The ceiling is covered with screens and a small wooden table is used for seating.
“You’re able to see everything, but you’re not really in the room,” Anderson said.
The only way to get in is to go through a metal gate.
When the doors open, there’s a long line of people waiting to get into the studio.
You’re in there for about 30 minutes.
You get a drink and a snack.
Then you’re escorted outside and into the parking lot where the studio is.
You can’t see the actual music room from the outside.
But you can hear it when you turn around.
Inside, there are a few different rooms, with different types of equipment, including a pair of microphones and a turntable.
There’s also an office where people can make calls, record a video, and collaborate.
But what’s happening in the studio isn’t just limited to the music itself.
NPR spoke to people who were there for the last three years.
This is what they say they hear when they enter the studio: It’s quiet, it sounds like the house, it feels like you’re at home, you’re surrounded by friends and colleagues.
And it’s just really peaceful and serene.
You don’t feel like you’ve moved, but it’s there and you can just chill out.
You feel like your body is in a place that you know you can relax.
People have been there for months, but for NPR’s Anderson, the people who stay for the first three years of the experience are the ones who are able to get the most out of it.