3 Ways to Avoid Ruining your Studio Session
As an artist, when you book a recording session, you what to get the most out of your time. That being said, there are some rules (both written and unwritten) that need to be adhered to to ensure you have a smooth and productive session.
Don’t arrive late to your studio session
Not only is tardiness unprofessional, but it’s also a waste of time and money for all parties involved. You know what they say, “Time is money”, and when it comes to studio time, that statement is right on the money!
Don’t show up unprepared
There's nothing worse than turning up for your studio session unprepared, with no attainable goal in mind. You want to make the most of your studio time, because, let’s face it, it doesn’t come cheap! At the onset, ensure that everyone understands their role to ensure a productive studio session.
Don’t touch the studio equipment without permission
When you’ve booked a studio session, it’s important to remember that it’s rented space - it’s not yours to do with as you please. Rearranging the studio equipment without consulting the engineer can cause unnecessary tension and lead to an unproductive session - A slight shift in the equipment can lead to unwanted changes in the sound, which could take precious time to figure out and rectify.