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Here's a brief overview of starting a recording studio business. Everyone tries to make it sound difficult. I'm here to tell you it's NOT. All it takes is a little hussle, and I know you have that in ...

Here's a brief overview of starting a recording studio business. Everyone tries to make it sound difficult. I'm here to tell you it's NOT. All it takes is a little hussle, and I know you have that in you - right?

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  • ITS GOOD AND ALL BUT IM LOOKING FOR THE INFO ABOUT HOW TO PAY FOR THE OFFICE SPACE, CAN I LOOK FOR INVESTORS? WHERE TO BUY LARGE INDUSTRY STANDARD EQUIPMENT EFFICIENT ENOUGH TO RECORD LIKE A TRUE RECORD LABEL
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  • This presentation is fantastic, thank you for this. I am currently looking at opening a studio in a couple of years from now and this is a great way to get an idea of where to start. Cheers.
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    • Starting a Recording Studio Business RecordingStudioProfits.com
    • Getting Started
      • Let's look at the basics. If you want to start a recording studio, there are only a few major things you need to know. We will cover all of it in this short presentation.
    • Why Start This Business?
        • First, you should have an idea of why you want to start this business.
        • Why do you want to own a recording studio?
        • What makes that appealing to you?
    • Reasons
        • There are a lot of different reasons.
        • Some people want the money, some want the "rock star" job.
        • And a lot of people just love music, love recording, and love working with bands.
        • Maybe it's a combination of those things.
    • Write Down Your Reason
        • Whatever your reason for starting a recording studio, you need to write that reason down .
        • Put it on a sticky note and stick it to your computer or your fridge.
        • This reason will be your "guiding purpose" during the entire process.
        • When you get frustrated about something in your business, you can look at that reason - and remember why you are doing it.
    • Strengths and Weaknesses
      • Next, determine what your strengths and weaknesses are.
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      • Not just for you, but for your studio , too.
    • Look at Your Equipment
        • If you don't have any equipment at all, you actually have an advantage here.
        • You can start with a clean slate.
        • Maybe you have a make-shift setup that you pieced together over the years.
        • That's ok, too.
    • What Can Your Studio Really Offer?
        • Take a good look at the total package your studio has to offer.
        • What can you do for band?
        • Basic demos, only 4-track mixes, a full blown 12 song album?
        • Whatever it is, be honest with yourself.
    • Bands Have Different Needs
        • Bands have different needs, and if you have a low-level studio that can only cut rough demos... you can still find clients!
        • It's not difficult.
        • Just understand exactly what you have to offer in the market.
    • Now that you have a purpose to guide you, and you know what you and your studio are capable of, it's time to think about marketing.
    • Who Are Your Clients?
        • This is really all about reaching potential clients.
        • Who are your potential clients?
        • Think about it.
        • What kind of bands or artists will be looking for a studio like yours?
    • Where Are Your Clients?
        • Once you know WHO your clients are, you have to figure out WHERE to find them.
        • If you need high school bands that need a quick demo, then you need to reach high school bands.
        • You can talk to kids in your neighborhood, and ask if they know any bands.
        • Or you can sponsor a local talent show - this technique has worked well for me in the past.
    • Marketing At A Glance
      • Just find your potential clients, aim a laser beam right at them, and go for it.
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      • Let them know about your studio.
    • That's It!
        • That's really all there is to it.
        • Those are the basic necessities for starting a recording studio business anywhere.
        • Sure, there are details to fill in.
        • But that's the overall outline of the business.
    • I hope this presentation has helped you think about how you can be successful running a recording studio of your own.
    • Want to start a recording studio business and succeed right away?   Here's how to start a recording studio that makes amazing profits by this weekend.
    • RecordingStudioProfits.com