I was fascinated by music since I can think. I learned several instruments as a child at school, which helped to get a feel for the general idea. Later I took lessons in playing the guitar, although I never managed it to any degree of perfection, maybe because I just did not devote enough time to it. I also learned to play the Didgeridoo, which is a very fascinating instrument which requires circular-breathing to play it properly. However, the newest addition to my list of instruments I want to know how to play is the traverse flute.
On the other hand, my interest in music is not limited to instruments in the classical sense. I also like to experiment with electronic (digitally or analog generated) music. I also own two speed-variable turn-tables and quite an amount of european underground tekno records. I ocassionally spin in public, although never for profit, always Just For Fun.
It is very rare that I actually find the time to do record spinning in public, but if it happens, it will get announced here:
At some point in your musical development, you will have to deal with some peculiarities around accustics. I am no expert on this topic either, so for now I can only offer a very useful link to a comprehensive article about Acoustic Treatment and Design for Recording Studios and Listening rooms.