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Recording Studios Face Uncertain Future

Recording Studios Face Uncertain Future | Recording Engineers and Recording Studios | Scoop.it
Bands no longer need to book studio time, and can approximate a decent sound in the basement.

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As we all know, now days recording engineers and artist are working at home. This is affecting Recording studios all over.

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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.

Abel Estrada's curator insight, May 22, 2017 12:46 PM

This article helps me understand the reasons why the music business industry has changed. The music business has been through the good and bad times. Joel Rose speaks about all these changes in great detail and has caught my attention. The reliability In this article makes me realize how much has changed as since music started till nowadays.

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5 Tips to Improve Your Home Recordings Right Away - DIY Musician Blog

5 Tips to Improve Your Home Recordings Right Away - DIY Musician Blog | Recording Engineers and Recording Studios | Scoop.it
Many musicians who aren’t engineers (me included) can find the task of recording and producing a great track a little daunting. Through trial and error, ...

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For us students who cant pay to get in to a commercial studio just yet, Here are 5 tips to improve your home studio and make it sound great.

 

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Could home recording doom professional music studios?

Could home recording doom professional music studios? | Recording Engineers and Recording Studios | Scoop.it
Inexpensive home recording equipment helps artists rise from outside the mainstream labels.

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

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Zack Seavey's curator insight, February 12, 2014 2:51 PM

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.

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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How to Become a Recording Engineer

How to Become a Recording Engineer | Recording Engineers and Recording Studios | Scoop.it

If you love music and technology, perhaps you’ve wondered how to become a recording engineer. Recording engineers work in sound and music production where they're tasked with both recording and mixing audio in order to get the desired effects.


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If your wondering how to become a recording engineer here is some information that will help.

 

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Darius Hay's curator insight, January 17, 2017 11:04 PM

For anyone who dreams of running your own studio, this is the link that will get you started. Find a great school that will train and qualify you to operate in your dream career.