I hope this is allowed. I have a successful recording studio based in the midlands UK. I am looking for a business partner. Ideally a producer/ Engineer/ or songwriter who can bring in clients and make more use of the current set up. This would involve some form of investment (financial or asset). The studio is Pro Tools based with large control room and studio areas along with separate editing/ mastering suite and in a countryside location. The premises are rented, but the owner is sympathetic to our needs. I, personally, have nearly 40 years experience in the industry.
Did c***d kill recording studios ?
I did this video to open a discussion between us.
To hear from the viewers and anyone who can share how they feel and how they found their way through those ruff times..
Main goal Is to setup a Semi Professional Studio.
Would there be a Way to work around not getting a Mixer?
It would also be how my Microphones I need.
The Maximum I would need is Recording a Drum Kit.
This is Alberto from Fuseroom Berlin. Some weeks ago I started my own podcast that is going to cover topics of studio and music business, recording/mixing/mastering and audio production in general.
I thought it might be of interest to some of you, even for spending some time together, virtually, every week-end. If nothing, it's going to be my weekend therapy session!
I usually follow the format of:
- What's been going on in the week at Fuseroom
- Question of the week
- 2 things I've learnt this week
New here. I've been building a she shed for my wife and she realized it would be better if we swapped the music room in the house for her to set up her sewing and I move into her she shed and use it as the music room.
Never the less, kidding aside... it's not like we have screaming city ambiance where I am living. Its very quiet here in comparison to a large city. So, isolating the outside from bleeding is far less of a concern for me but I would still like to discuss that as well.