When Enough is Enough: How to Deal with Picky Bands Ethically.

 This “short” article will cover how I deal with picky bands in an ethical way.

Any producer (that has paid his dues) knows that some bands will absolutely destroy their own mix, if given the chance.

We all know how much it sucks to see a list of 100+ mix revisions in your inbox, but it’s part of the job. I generally will do any of those revisions without complaint (provided that it is progressing the mix in a positive way), but occasionally a band will send me a list of revisions that could potentially wreck their mix.

This post will show you how I deal with those bands.

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The Absolute Beginner’s Roadmap to a Successful Home Studio

This is post 1 of 2 that teaches you the must know business basics of your home studio.

This blog post will cover these specific topics:

  • Getting your first clients
  • Your studio’s geographic location
  • How much you should charge
  • Charging “per song” vs “per day”
  • How to handle deposits

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How I Turned a Bedroom Studio into a 6-Figure Business (Without a Single Loan)

This is the first in an upcoming series of blog posts detailing how I turned less than $5000 into a six-figure home studio.

This story is for you if you fall into one of these categories:

  • You are looking to start a small studio in your spare bedroom.
  • You already have an existing bedroom studio.
  • You’re a kid with crap gear, trying to “make it big” out of your parents’ basement.
  • You have a small professional studio that struggles to generate income.
  • You run a successful bedroom studio, and just want tips on how to run your business more smoothly or generate more income.

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