NJ Recording Studios 'n' Home Recording

I had the opportunity to provide a little commentary to another recording-studios-facing-threat-of-home-recording themed article published today by the Courier News, kind of similar to the recording studio article last week.

My new hero is John Forrestal, a 19-year (old also quoted in the article) whose home recording studio became a small business while he was still in high school.  He records jazz artists, singer-songwriters, etc.  (I think I was still collecting comic books in 9th or 10th grade.  Fortunately, I also started playing guitar around that time.)  John’s way ahead of his time, but then so is the entire Apple GarageBand generation, I guess.

It’s great to be a songwriter in the 21st century.








One response to “NJ Recording Studios 'n' Home Recording”

  1. SomeAudioGuy Avatar

    I’ll second that.
    We’re also starting to see the advances you musicians are making pay off for the animation and sound design disciplines.

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