Recording Studio Operations in a Post-COVID World

Recording Studio Operations in a Post-COVID World

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Commercial recording studios are intimate, creative environments. Clientele and staff work long hours at a stretch, often in close proximity, sharing equipment, microphones and headphones. How will recording studios adapt their operations in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic?

In this NAMM and TEC Tracks webinar from May 28, renowned audio journalist Dan Daley led the conversation with three major studio operations directors to discuss new protocols and operational procedures. Find out how top professionals are addressing client and staff health and safety as a new priority to meet the demands of a post-COVID-19 studio environment.

Note: This webinar does not constitute professional health, safety, medical or legal advice.

Also, here are additional resources for recording studios:

Considerations for COVID-19 Safe Studio Reopening From the Grammy P&E Wing

Instrument Cleaning Guidelines From NAMM

Studio and Client Protocol From Blackbird Studios


Tony Drootin
Studio Manager, Sound On Sound Studios

Zoe Thrall
Director, Studio at the Palms

Pat McMakin
Manager, Ocean Way Studios

Dan Daley
Journalist / Panel Host