There are two things a recording artist cannot do without: talent, and a place to record. While the former comes by birth, the latter is not always easy to come by. You can always make your own bedroom studio; save up and buy your computer, keyboard, mics, etc piece by piece, but how long will this take? Instead of reinventing the wheel or trying to trace that friend who knows a friend, you can log into a website that will help you find a studio in your vicinity. Studiotime.io might just be the ticket to take your career to the next level. Wherever you are in the world you can find a studio near you. The website, still in its infancy, already lists studios in L.A., New York City, Nashville, Miami as well as cities in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa.
Using this platform you can not only find a nearby place to record near you, you can find the studio that is perfect for your needs. You can filter the available studios by cost (some charge by the hour and others per day) using the slider on the homepage. You can also select the kind of studio you want, be it a rehearsal, home, mid-level or top line studio. If you want additional services such as an on-site audio engineer, you could include this in your search. With several high-resolution pictures of each studio posted alongside a description of all the equipment it houses, you will see and know what you’re getting into. And to further sell themselves, the studios have listed past high-profile clients they have catered to. If you think your converted garage has all the makings of Electric Lady or Nashville’s Sound Kitchen, list it on Studiotime. You could be sitting on a goldmine.
Studiotime.io was started by Mike Williams last year and as at present several studios and thousands of users have signed up.
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