Lately the boundaries of what is considered a Home Studio have changed.
We are capable of producing content with a scale and a quality standard that were only possible in the past if you had a production company behind you.
So let’s look closely at some of the activities that fall under the Home Studio category:
- Music practice and production
- Remote collaboration
- Podcast production
- Audiobooks and voice overs
- Teaching online
- Online jams
- Videos for Youtube and other platforms
On each one, let’s review the key technologies involved and what can be done in terms of support.
PlayerListen to “Episode 69: What is a Home Studio anyway ?” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact information and how you can support
- Home Studio definitions
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