Tag Archives: Recording Studio

Downsizing an Artist

What often happens, when people’s life circumstances change, is that they consider downsizing.  On paper, this looks like a very sensible thing to do.  Outgoing expenses reduce, your utility bills decrease and you get rid of a lot of the … Continue reading

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The Capital Costs of Being a Hit

In our youth, we were always in awe of the hit bands and artists of the day.  There were bands, like the Beatles, that made the sort of magical music we imagined we wanted to make.  There were painters that … Continue reading

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The Limitations of Unlimited

Some of the best records ever made were recorded over the space of a few days.  There are masterpieces of the painter’s art that were knocked out in just a few hours, out in the open.  When you stop to … Continue reading

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Getting a Great Performance

Project studios that allow ordinary musicians to produce demos and even finished tracks, to a very high technical standard, are now within the reach of many self-financed artists and bands, these days.  Sadly, the expected wave of new and interesting … Continue reading

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Good Artists Borrow – Great Artists Steal

Matisse once referred jokingly to his contemporary, rival and friend, Pablo Picasso, as a bandit.  Picasso, a man who left a catalogue of some 43,000 works at his death, a record yet to be surpassed, stole from many ecclectic sources, … Continue reading

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