When people are paying peanuts, they’ll treat you like a monkey.
“And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.” — Corinthians 13:13
The competitors you need to worry about are the ones you haven’t heard of. Yet...
Digital storage has been revolutionary — but the consequences of mishandling it can be severe.
We’d all love to work with the LSO at Abbey Road. But if we don’t have the budget, are we betraying British musicians by looking overseas?
Automation is a double-edged sword...
Pretentious hairy people have influenced the world of art in more ways than you might expect.
What’s in a name? A lot — if you play your cards right.
Being precious about your artistic sensibilities is all very well — as long as you don’t mind no-one ever hearing your music.
As expectations for live performances increase, the line between stage and studio engineering blurs.
Large-format mixing consoles have been in decline for years — but could there be life in them yet?
The secret of success is to deal with failure in the right way. Which is easier when your failures don’t cost thousands of innocent lives.
The way composers are treated by some clients is just criminal...
The glory days of Abbey Road and EMI may be gone, but labels and studios are still working hand in hand.
Working ‘in the box’ is all very well, but what happens when the box breaks?
At both the production and consumption ends of music, analogue is making a comeback.
The decline of churches echoes the fate of studios — but it could present some exciting new opportunities.
Despite great progress elsewhere in the TV business, music for the media is still overwhelmingly dominated by men. Why?
The rise of the studio as a tourist attraction might seem a little crass — but if it helps to pay the bills...
A reputation for competence is vital — and to get it, you need to take every opportunity going.
Studios often fall prey to the real-estate business — but for some people, they present a niche opportunity.
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