I have a chance to completely re-arrange and somewhat remodel my basement studio space. I removed the old flooring and am now down to bare concrete. The room is about 13x24 sq ft. I need to put in some new flooring over the concrete, but want to maximize ceiling height. It is an old house with just a 7 ft ceiling in the basement. The floor is almost flat except one corner, opposite of the door, which rises about 1 inch. I don't want to completely level the floor and lose that inch of height. I'm thinking about using interlocking carpet tiles to cover the floor, anyone have any experience with this sort of product? The studio gear is fairly a basic setup for a 4 piece band. PA, a couple monitors, amps, mixing/recording console. I use it mostly for rehearsal with a little bit of recording. I've had a few different arrangements over the years, but I'm thinking of putting the drums in the corner, building a small riser to hide the slope in the floor, and bring the drummer up about 6 inches - she is short so might even help. Does anyone have experience with a corner setup? How about building risers?