How Digital Music Production Changed The Game

Published by Tiago Duarte on

Before the evolution and the widespread use of computers, if you wanted to become a music producer you needed to have access to musicians and music studios. Having access to music studios would mean hefty monthly bills. Studios were very expensive to build, use, and operate. You needed a desk mixer, speakers, cables, microphones, instruments, more cables, and more microphones. You also needed a tape recorder that was the size of a table. This meant that every time you wanted to record something you need to do it in one go or you needed to punch in which is really hard to do in reel-to-reel tape. Every time you wanted to send a recording to someone you needed to physically send the tape in heavy metal boxes. In short, recording, editing, and producing music was something that was reserved for a very selective group of people.

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