Leave your home studio for a professional recording studio
Experiment with new equipment and gear: you never know what you might discover, don’t spend thousands on a mic you might not even like that much. Let someone else do that for you. Check out our floating gear.
Air that place out. Open a window, and get into a studio that doesn’t smell like feet and Cheetos: enough said.
Better acoustics: I’m not saying that the couch cushions don’t work well. I’m just saying we spent thousands of dollars on sound isolation and acoustical paneling.
The psychology of going to work!: Get to the studio, grab a cup of coffee, sit down, and get shit done!
Meet other creators: When you head into a building that has a bunch of recording and rehearsal studios, you’ll inevitably run into a fellow noise-maker at the coffee pot. Could be an old friend, or your new best friend!
Use your home studio rather than working at a professional recording studio
Take your time, save some money: you don’t have to worry about session time, and you can save that chedda’ $$$
Sometimes home is where the heart 💖 is: things just might flow better at home, embrace it.
Work on your own schedule!: Wake up, work. Take a nap, work. Eat lunch, work. Get drunk, “work”?
Night owl friendly: We may not be open at 3am, but your apartment is!
Spend time with your pets: – those IG feeds need updating and the people demand floofs.
Safety!: We’re still in a pandemic! Staying home is a great way to minimize COVID risk.