Recording Demos: Don’t bring your posse

05May09

I have had my music production company, C-Sharp Productions for 13 years. I have worked with singers and songwriters in almost all styles of music. It is alot of fun to help people record demos and make their music a reality. There is one thing, though, that always amazes me. I am always shocked at how many artists want to bring every one of their friends with to the sessions. I understand that most people do not get a chance to see how music is produced and it can be very interesting. However it is also a major distraction for the engineers and producers. Your posse will more than likely get bored way before you do since they are not actively involved in the process. Also they take up space. Most studios are not that big these days. In fact most project studios are in homes now.
Do your studio and yourself a favor….don’t bring your friends to the session, unless they have an important part of the actual song.
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