The legendary recording engineer has died, aged 86.
Many still bemoan the demise of the large commercial studio — but what if music itself was to blame?
Does the concept of ownership mean anything in the software studio?
AI is yet to find its place in music production — but it’s only a matter of time...
Gender equality in music production still has a way to go.
Tax breaks offer some hope for our ailing industry.
Are album credits finally coming to streaming services?
The field of game audio is in the process of levelling up...
If the LP finally dies, what will become of the studio?
“And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.” — Corinthians 13:13
What’s in a name? A lot — if you play your cards right.
Large-format mixing consoles have been in decline for years — but could there be life in them yet?
The glory days of Abbey Road and EMI may be gone, but labels and studios are still working hand in hand.
How can we expect people to value music when we don’t keep track of who owns it?
What can studios do to protect themselves when high-profile recordings get leaked?
As the role of studios changes, so too must that of the new generation of studio managers.
David Bowie will rightly be remembered for his art — but his business sense was equally impressive.
With property prices going up and up, finding studio space is becoming trickier than ever.
Americana is a loosely defined genre, but in terms of studios, it knows what it wants.
As studios have had to adapt to new business models, so have the people who design them.
The food consumed in studios hasn’t always been healthy. Could that be about to change?
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