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I need advice...

Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by Sparks, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. Sparks

    Sparks Guest

    Hey, my name is Sparks. Me and my mate have a small part time audio/recording buisness. The thing is that out of the two of us I am the audio specialist and I am also a musician. Can I do both? Do I need to do one or the other? I want advice and I thought who needs agony aunts/uncle when I could speak with some of you peeps.

    Sparks :)
  2. Space

    Space Distinguished Member

    Jun 26, 2007
    Let me peep in. A good friend of mine, Kenny Crawford may he rest well, engineered on mostly ep / cd orientated projects in his Pascagoula,MS recording studio. He had played live for many years before I met him, we played for some years after I met him.

    He engineered and tracked many a song, playing on many as well, over the 15 years I knew him. He tracked the up and coming 3dd for their debut demo and he still played. Last time I saw him, 2005, we set in the control room listening to some tracks from another up and comer, lookin4juice, he was punching in some licks with his Strat.

    I don't know if he gave up after losing everything to Hurricane Katrina or if he could no longer battle mesothelioma.

    I told you that to tell you this:
    It's not a question you ask a crowd or even yourself. If it is in you, you quit doing it when you cannot physically do it anymore.
  3. danosongs

    danosongs Guest

    Of course you can do both, lots of people hold multiple jobs in music either because they just love doing it or they want the money.

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