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    Construction of a Recording Studio

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    design the construction, soundproofing and acoustic treatment of a recording studio complex within a series of set constraints. The complex had to include a control room, live room reception and bathroom, within an overall floor space of 15m x 15m. The main focus was to be on acoustic design with the use of scale drawings to make the studio clear and easy to understand. For this studio the idea was to design a space suitable for recording large ensemble groups such as orchestras and so the space was

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    A Profitable Home Recording Studio For $10,000 Jumping in to starting a business can be scary and investing in a home recording studio is no exception. There are many things to consider when doing so. How much will it cost? What gear will I need? What recording jobs will I take on? What will I charge? How will I network and advertise? I believe that I can open a profitable home studio for $10,000 mixed with my skills and gear that I already have. Before I get too in depth I need to discuss

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    ways to find singers and music like in studios or on TV, but one is more productive than the other. Recording studios in the 60’s was a competitive place to be working in or around. The studios were always filled with artist that were trying to get new songs and albums out to make a name of themselves. Each artist wanted to be the best so they would listen to other musician’s songs and try to write a song with a more influential message. One major Recording studio in the 60’s was a small place in Detroit

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    The Role Of Recording Studio Technology

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    The Role Of Recording Studio Technology Studio technology has developed drastically over the years and has become ever more vital to the record producer within the music industry. Different producers make use of studio technology in different ways, often depending on the style of music that they are producing, their preferred method of production and the band’s preference of sound. The development of recording technology has run parallel to a reorientation in popular music production

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    Motown Recording Studio

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    Motown of the 1960s was a successful record label that made a huge impact on American and European pop culture – it helped integrate African Americans into society and created a record-breaking amount of unforgettable hits. However, without the painstaking efforts of Berry Gordy, Maxine Powell and ___________, Motown would not be as famous.. (MUSIC AND THE COMPANY ITSELF MADE A BIG IMPACT BC OF THE CHARISMATIC ARTISTS THE ART DEVELOPMENT THE WRITING SKILLS OF SMOKEY ROBINSON ALL THE BIG HITS AND

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    Producing Professional Recordings at Home

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    engineers to have home studios—in fact, many contemporary studios operate from within the engineer’s home because it is convenient, relatively affordable, and can produce results comparable to a studio that was constructed for the very purpose of music. Most recording studios consist of a control room, the live studio performance area, and a smaller booth where vocals are most often recorded (“Design Considerations”). However, the shape o... ... middle of paper ... ...e for recording vocals and instruments

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    Lloud Music Case Study

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    Description 1: Lloud Music in the Boston, MA area specializes in professional record label and music production service. Description 2: Lloud Music is a record label that offers affordable recording studio time for music in Boston, MA. Description 3: Lloud Music is a reputable music company in the Boston, MA area that provides musicians with service. HOMEPAGE “Home” Meta Description: Call Lloud Music for an efficient record label that can help you and your music. If you are looking for a

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    Chart: Highlights 1.1 Objectives Wondermusic is a non-profit organization that promotes young music talent by creating a free educational and musical guidance program. Establish a space to provide musical educational programs, sound proof rooms, recording studios and a private stage to promote their talent. Organize music festivals and theater appearances around the city, as a performing experience and has an educational, social and recreational alternative, and also to create awareness to the cause.

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    Caribou Ranch recording studios was one of the places I cut my teeth in the recording business. I was young, just out of high school. It was the summer of 1975 between graduation and starting college. I was on scene for only a few weeks, but the time there taught me the basics and introduced me to the career I knew I was destined to live. I was very impressionable and full of life. I didn’t have too many cares at that age. College wasn’t a concern, academia was easy for me, so I was all in.

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    The extensive development and democratization of media means that everyone has access to the creativity they need to be an artist. Recording studios are no longer a requirement for the production of music, anyone with a laptop is able to put out an album. The democratisation also means a boom in Prosumers which can only mean massive changes in the industry. Before the democratisation of media, only artists with money and connections could create and distribute their art. Now, the equipment needed

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