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Reduce Ambient Noise When Recording in Home Studios | Knight Digital Media Center Weblog

Reduce Ambient Noise When Recording in Home Studios | Knight Digital Media Center Weblog | Music Industry | Scoop.it
As a freelancer or independent journalist, how do you produce broadcast quality audio without the luxury of a quiet, professional studio?

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Record Producers, Music Recording Studios Video Interviews + Home & Pro Recording Equipment for musicians band engineers

Record Producers, Music Recording Studios Video Interviews + Home & Pro Recording Equipment for musicians band engineers | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Record producers, music sound recording studio video tours and record producer interviews and recording equipment plus jobs in the music producers recording engineer music shop software

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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. 

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Kangwei Chen's curator insight, February 16, 2014 1:12 PM

The video in the website is pretty encouraging, and you will know what is the fundamental skills and personality as a mixer or music engineer should have.

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Could home recording doom professional music studios?

Could home recording doom professional music studios? | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Inexpensive home recording equipment helps artists rise from outside the mainstream labels.

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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. 

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Emilia Medhanie's curator insight, August 16, 2014 8:58 PM

Artist are saving money by recording at home. See how this is affecting Professional studios.

Jake Cohen's curator insight, October 8, 2014 12:53 PM

I found this article to be very informative. While neither the publication (Christian Science Monitor) nor the author specializes in the world of music and recording, both are part of very reliable news source. Also, the author includes quotes from people who are professionals and specialize in recording industry to provide the necessary expertise to make this article reliable. I felt like this article was also fairly unbiased in that, the author seemed to be almost moderation a debate on the issue of Home Recording Studios vs Profession Studios. He had quotes from both sides of the issue and used the information effectively to discuss the topic.

 

Sean Rodriguez's curator insight, December 4, 2015 11:35 AM

I believe this article brings some good information out about how many people are shifting from recording in traditional recording studios to now trying their hand in their own home with a computer. It brings up relevant material and some facts about spending on equipment.

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Home recording studios vs. Professional recording studios. | Recording Studio in San Diego offering Music Recording, Mixing and Mastering.

Home recording studios vs. Professional recording studios. | Recording Studio in San Diego offering Music Recording, Mixing and Mastering. | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Using both home recording studio and traditional recording studio can maximize your projects efficiency, quality and budget with a professional sound engineer.

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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.

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Casey Mahlum's curator insight, April 15, 2013 8:18 PM

Takes a look at both sides of the situation and tries to draw a happy medium between the two.

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Home recording studios challenge the majors | Tune In Music City | The Tennessean

Home recording studios challenge the majors | Tune In Music City | The Tennessean | Music Industry | Scoop.it

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Yadaliz Rivera's insight:

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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Soulman's Daughter's curator insight, August 14, 2013 5:41 PM

This article comes from a reputable source whose focus is within the music business. The author is easily verified on the website, and carries many followers on this blog. Its information provides two sides to the coin, ensuring its neutrality and objectivity in its standpoint. The article was written by an author involved in the music business, making this source reliable in regards to its accuracy of information.

Shad Wave's curator insight, August 16, 2013 8:12 PM

My insight was just years ago there was not that many places that big artist go to recorde but now because of home studios there plenty places you could go now and there starting to really advertise it. and its hurting the big studios.

Zack Seavey's curator insight, February 12, 2014 3:30 PM

I have to say this article really goes into how much the big studios are taking a hit. Now they are going to rent out some of their equipment just to keep money coming in.