In previous post we talked about some techniques that will help you to be more productive in your home studio. The second part is not so much about gear or recording tips but we’ll talk about getting things done. Do you know the expression? Of course you do!
Home studio often makes us lazy! I’m very sorry but that’s the truth! In your home studio you feel that you have escaped from your reality and you are to the place you want to be! You turn your p/c on and you feel determined to start recording this song that you’ve been working for the last two months. Or maybe more than two months?! The issue is that you don’t have scheduled what to do and actually you don’t know where to start from. Instead of opening your project, you find yourself watching some interesting videos on YouTube, or replying your emails, or updating your Facebook profile, or searching for some new recording tutorials courses, or your friend John calls you to go out for a drink on Saturday evening and you discuss how your day was. STOP! What are you doing? You’re going nowhere this way! Yes, I know I’m right. I’ve been there and I’ve done that! Do you know how many times I’ve tried to focus on my project but all these phone calls, email and social media notifications on my cell phone destructed me and kept me away from my goal? In the next paragraph I’ll try to give you some tips that will help you to stay focus in your home studio and increase your productivity.
The first thing you have to do before you dive in your home studio is to schedule what you are going to do. Yes I know that I’ve told you that before and I’ll keep saying i