What does a Studio Manager do?
We sit in-between A&R’s, producers, engineers and technicians to ensure that artists have the best possible experience in the studio.
What makes a great Studio Manager?
Patience, the ability to communicate with the whole spectrum of music industry professionals and see the bigger picture across the past, present and future all help!
What are the basic professional requirements for a successful Studio Manager?
I’m in charge of the day-to-day running of the 12 studios and looking after the seven companies based onsite here - bringing in bookings, managing the studio team and handling tenants - so being able to multitask is essential. A passion for music and the creative processes is also vital so that decisions are being made for the right reasons.
What are the common misconceptions about the role of a Studio Manager?
Everyone thinks you’re in the studio, hanging out with artists all the time. But there is, unfortunately, a lot of admin work involved, trying to keep on top of everything that is going on!