Home studios are becoming more and more prominent as of these last few years in the industry. Apart from so many pros these have, the accesibility that artists and producers have nowadays to professional quality equipment as also greatly increased. This has caused a chain reaction to which we now see more home studios rising and the professional ones are dwindling.
I believe home studios are very much up and coming and will eventually make professional studios close to non-existent. The mobility and accesibility that is provided to artists and producers is much greater with a home studio then having to go to a specific place such as L.A., New York or Miami, among others to get something recorded most times on a deadline.
This article takes a look at both studio options, home or professional. There are pros and cons to both but as we see as of lately, home studios seem to be taking the upper hand. We have always believed that higher quality could only be found with professional studios but with home studios being able to provide a very similar quality sound with a smaller budget, more people are opting for that option.
In the recording industry, on a daily bases you see more artists and producers looking towards home studios instead of going to professional ones for many reasons. Accesibility is a big role player as is how easily a song or an album can now be recorded instead of the longer process that recording in a professional studio would take.
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