If you’re an artist or influencer, a home studio can help take your creativity to the next level. So why do you need a home studio? Here’s a few reasons:
1. Creativity can strike at anytime.
There are times when I have a few lines in my head randomly during the day, or I think of something witty to say on a song that I’ve started. When that happens, I stop what I’m doing and log in to the good ol’ pro tools and press record. Having a home studio allows you to record things in the moment, while your emotions and creativity are still high.
2. It will allow you to collab with other artists way easier
Imagine this: You meet someone cool on Instagram, and yall decide to do a song together. They send you a dope record with an open verse for you to record over. What’s the issue? Well you have to fork over $40-70 to your engineer for you to record a 12 bar verse that will only take you a few minutes. Welp, unless you have a studio of your own. In that case, you’d just mosey on over to your studio set up and record it.
3. Duh, this is the big one… it’ll save you money.
You can probably set up your entire studio for under $500 starting off. For most artists, that’s about 10 hours of studio time. So look at it this way; after recording just a few songs, the studio will have already paid for itself. You can save some of the extra money, or use it for promotions.
4. Song covers/remixes
Let’s say a big rapper just dropped a song that’s going crazy online. You can do a remix of it or record a cover version of the record and take advantage of their momentum. What if you wanted to get in the studio to remix the song, but your engineer was busy that day, or out of town? You could miss your window. Having your own studio prevents this.
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Ever tried to get in touch with curators but couldn’t figure out how? It’s pretty frustrating huh. I know. That’s why I developed this simple process. When I show you how easy it is, you’re going to be mad that you never knew this.
So to find spotify curators contacts, type in the (inserts random drum roll) SEARCH BAR! Shocking, I know. Here’s how you do it.
Step one: Type in a mood/genre or playlist style and then type “gmail”. Press enter.
Next we will click on playlists. Once you select a playlist, you will notice that these curators email/contact information is in the playlist description. Jot down the curators info and send them an email. Let them know that you like their playlist and you’ve attached a song link (of one of your songs) that you feel would match the mood of their playlist.
Bada boom, bada bing! Now just rinse and repeat! Contact any curators who have playlists that match your song’s vibe.
I hope that this is helpful for you guys!