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Why You Should Consider Using a Professional Recording Studio | Songwriter101 - Articles | BMI.com

Why You Should Consider Using a Professional Recording Studio | Songwriter101 - Articles | BMI.com | All about recoding Engineer | Scoop.it

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Robbie Waldrop's curator insight, August 10, 2015 12:17 PM

In this article Cliff Goldmacher gives his insight into the importance of having a great sounding demo to present to potential record labels. He explains that as a song writer you may be able to write an amazing song, but if your demo doesn't capture the sound that you want then you will have a hard time pitching this to labels. I believe this article for all songwriters to read in order to fully understand why it's important to find those people who are educated in the area of recording. Since this is there job you will be able to hear a clear difference between studio quality and at home recording.

mykel cook's curator insight, October 7, 2015 9:23 PM

In this topic it explains why you should go out and spend your time and talent wisely using a professional recording studio record an album or project, and how it can benefit you other than using a home studio without half of the equipment a real studio has.


One of the pro's why you should consider using a professional recording studio is the better quality and sound you will get. You can surround yourself in a better professional setting, so you would know what it's like the day you actually get signed to a record label. 


One con of why you should consider using a professional recording studio is the prices. You may not be able to afford to get your music professionally recorded and mastered, also you might not like the work the engineer is doing and it might cost you money, so those are some things you can look at the next time you go record at a professional studio.

Clay Wizzo's curator insight, October 10, 2015 1:51 PM

This article is a headstart to getting to work with others in a studio. Its Similar to etiquette and understanding your role in the studio. Personally i too am a song writer as well as engineer and producer. I mainly had a home studio but now i work in a professional studio. And when looking for what studio to work in, there's a lot of things to lookout for especially the personalities of individuals already working in the studio. YOU MUST BE COMFORTABLE!

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▶ A Day In The Life: Sound Engineer/Designer - YouTube

Position/ Work Title : Sound Engineer/ Designer Company : 2AM Music Studios Position level : N/A Industry : Music/ Media (Advertising) Leong Kit Kuan loves t...

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khari scott's curator insight, February 16, 2014 9:53 PM

This is a day in a life of a recording engineer when there in the studio. A man named Leong Kit Kuan loves music and working for

Yasmin Ahmad for a production. But they could have provided more information for my taste.

Clay Wizzo's curator insight, October 10, 2015 2:45 PM

this video is basically th pros and cons of being a recording engineer in about 5 minutes. 

Willie's curator insight, October 10, 2015 3:22 PM

You must live, breathe, and know everything about music. Long periods of music mixing in the studio, its a very demanding job, but worthwhile.

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For The Record: 9 Rules of Recording Studio Etiquette

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mykel cook's curator insight, October 7, 2015 8:00 PM

For this post the writer is giving you the different Etiquettes to endure during a recording session at a studio


The pro's and con's to this post are as follows.


One Pro to having good etiquette in a recording studio is it helps the engineer and artist create a bond which allows the session to go smooth and allows more work to get done.


One Con to knowing the Etiquettes you should follow while your in a recording studio is that those same Etiquettes might not apply to others who are in that exact session such as the recording engineer. Yes you are paying for your time but if you and the engineer aren't on the same page then the recording session can drastically change.

Jay Cannon's curator insight, October 7, 2015 10:28 PM

I particular like this article because it informs one of how they should conduct themselves in a studio. Often times we forget the proper etiquette when we are paying for a service. This serves as a reminder on how we should carry ourselves.

Clay Wizzo's curator insight, October 10, 2015 1:37 PM

This reading was pretty good and straight to the point. This industry is so big and has so many different personalities of people. That this reading should be a must read for everyone in the industry. Especially engineers and artists! 

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Recording Studios Face Uncertain Future

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Bands no longer need to book studio time, and can approximate a decent sound in the basement.

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Patrick Roche's curator insight, October 8, 2014 11:24 AM

I agree that the key ingredient to award winning tracks or albums is the collaboration between artists.  The recording engineer and producer are engineers as well the only difference is that their instrument is the mix board or the laptop.  This is where that saying "two heads are better than one" comes well into play.

John Niles's curator insight, March 15, 2015 11:38 PM

This is an interesting article because it solidifies the fact that home studies are the future of the industry and pro studies have there purposes in some situations but for basic vocals and instrumentation but the use of old style studies cast compete with the quality of home studios. 

mykel cook's curator insight, October 7, 2015 8:26 PM

In this post the writer is explaining why all the older Recording Studios where the majority of hit classic records where made may now be facing uncertain future on the count of the high demand for recording studio that have been or are in the process of being built.


This can affect professionals by shutting down their place to record that they feel comfortable at. It's like their whole vibe can be ruined because they might have made their first hit record at that studio and with the lack of cliental the owners might not be able to afford to keep the studio running, leading to it having to be shut down.


This can affect consumers because it's one less studio that they can record at.