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Anywhere Can be a Studio, But Not Everywhere Should be a Studio

MikeSorensen September 6, 2012 No Comments
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Great post on Kim Lajoie’s Blog. In it the author discusses the flexibility that today’s technology provides to create and record one’s music anywhere. She also discusses whether this is really a benefit to her own lifestyle and concludes that perhaps, it isn’t and shouldn’t be done. Suggestions are provided as to why not maximizing one’s productivity is actually productive.

Some good points. Read in full:
Anywhere can be a studio, but not everywhere should be a studio

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