For today’s daily audiophile roundup I would like to share this post by Kim Lajoie on his blog blog.kimlajoie.com. He writes about the need for a control surface within a studio. Factors that affect your success are skills, tools, and time. If a tool helps save time it may be a wise investment even if it doesn’t produce higher quality product. You have to spend money to make money as they say. He goes onto say that potential clients may value and appreciate your investments more than you realize.
What’s your take? Read the article here and let me know:
Are control surfaces worth it?
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