The benefits of a recording studio vs recording at home. Advantages of using the studio engineer.
Zack Seavey's insight:
Having a recording studio in your house is nice, but is it up to standards? This article goes over the good and bad about an in home studio. The pro- It is right there and you can use it at anytime. The Cons- You have to sound proof everything. Then making sure the mic is in the right place and not having the best equipment at your finger tips.
I have to agree with this article some what. I would love to have a home studio only if I had the money to spend on a really nice one. If I don't then there are problems like feeling inspired at 3 or 4 am and my neighbors are sleeping. Then the noise from out side will cause a problem as well. Pros- You can record. Cons- you get the cops called on you and can't pay the fine if you get one cause you spent it on a cheap home studio.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 19, 2013 The advent of the internet sparked a massive structural change in how media is consumed, distributed and recorded, drastically affecting the Audio Production Studios industry.
Zack Seavey's insight:
I find this article credible because it worked with a few businesses to get the numbers on how much sales have declined. I agree with the fact that record sales have gone down, but the sale of music equipment has gone up. Then the years of experience of a mix and master engineer you have at a label cant be matched at home. Pros- invest in home recording equipment and get the experience. Cons- Don't go toward records for putting music out. Well don't put out a bunch of records.
This article goes over how the new technology for recording is killing the studio industry. I say it is, but someone in the studio came up with this idea and went with it. Also it makes it easier budget wise for the engineer to do work and charge their own rate.
This article makes a good point that studios can cost up to a few hundred and hour, but then if you buy pro tools and the plug in interface its about $450. Over all its the lower cost that are beating the bigger companies. It paints a picture with actual artists doing it today and saving money.
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