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In the past, music was only made in a studio. This new change in the world with people having their own studios has several pros and cons.
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10 Reasons Why You Should Start Your Own Home Music Studio Now!

10 Reasons Why You Should Start Your Own Home Music Studio Now! | Home Studios | Scoop.it
Tired of traveling to and from the music studio every time someone calls for a band practice? Fret no more. Why not build your own home music studio instead?
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This article gives ten advantages on having your home studio at your house.  It is not at all a bad choice to have your money invested into something that will let you at any time record and mix at your convience.

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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 | Home Studios | Scoop.it

We’ve all heard the argument that a great song is a great song and anyone with ears should be able to “hear through” any recording no matter how rough. To my way of thinking, this is the music industry equivalent of being set up on a blind date with a person who may very well have a heart of gold but who doesn’t bother to shower. In other words, you’ve only got one chance to make a first impression with your song and, given the competition out there, it had better be a great one. You might even meet a music industry person who can genuinely hear through a rough recording. This may be true for that one individual, but if you’re planning on showing your song to a variety of artists, managers, producers and a&r reps as well, it’s never safe to assume that anything less than a first-rate recording will do. By “first rate,” I don’t mean full-band or elaborately produced, I simply mean your song should be recorded and produced by professionals.

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This article shows the value of a professional recording.  As a musician you would want to make a positve start to your potential one chance to make it out their.  This is not to say that musicians have not recorded on their home studios and sold tons of records.  This just shows the importance of what you pay for is what you get.

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Recording studios are being left out of the mix

Recording studios are being left out of the mix | Home Studios | Scoop.it

At Clear Lake Audio in North Hollywood, business isn't what it used to be, and owner Brian Levi said part of the reason is the ease of digital recording. When artists do come into the studio, they don't stay as long, he said.

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I believe that recording studios have been thining out for the last couple of years.  Although home studios are easy to let people branch out, I think that if it continues this direction that people  in the recording engineer chair might be struggling to keep a job.

 

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Home Recording Studio Advantages

A recording studio in your own home is a very convenient thing to have, especially for a musical group or act of some sort.
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This article gives postives to having and owning your own personal studio.  It shows that if you invest your money wisely you can have a set up that gives you free rain on mixing your own music.

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Lucius Todd's curator insight, October 11, 2015 5:56 PM

This article pretty much sums up the advantages of having a home studio. As an artist, it is more convenient to be fluid and flexible. Home recording is the future.

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The Hook: Are home studios killing professional ones? - Music Industry - The Music Network

The Hook: Are home studios killing professional ones? - Music Industry - The Music Network | Home Studios | Scoop.it

Stephen Barlett 
Music Producer

"In the last 20 years the way we do business has changed in every industry. The Internet and digital revolutions have brought cheap equipment and retail and an unlimited wealth of knowledge to anyone who wants it, instantly. This combined with reduced album sales and therefore recording budgets, is leading to an increase in home studios producing both increased competition and lower prices for studio hire, forcing the industry to change or die out."


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This article has several different engineers/producers insight on how to fix the potential fall of the professional recording studios.  It is the combination of both home studio recording and then heading to professional studio in order to have it polished.  Although, it's not to say that this is still going to put professional studios making the big bucks still.  The home studios are inevitable the number one contender for having a confortable, yet cheap atmosphere to get your music the way you want it.

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