Tag Archives: Recording Studios

The Constrictions of Project Studios

Not so much now, because big studios have become almost extinct, like dinosaurs, but about a decade ago, it was fashionable to bemoan the music being produced in small, project studios and home studios.  Many of the arguments made, back … Continue reading

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Why You Need Blue Light in Your Studio

Long time readers of this blog know that I am nuts about colour.  I’ve just ordered a new bunch of colours from an art supply store (Australian-made Derivan Matisse Structure Acrylics – they have a wonderful colour range).  I take … Continue reading

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Living In A Box

Once upon a time, recording studios were big places costing millions, with specially designed and treated audio rooms, massive recording consoles, exotic tape machines and a bunch of people sitting around for hours perfecting every note of the work they … Continue reading

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