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Why You Need a Professional Rehearsal Space

Updated: Sep 3, 2018


Whether your band is just starting out or have been jamming for a while, you likely have been through the struggles of having a space that allows you to have unlimited, productive rehearsal sessions.


Like any project, it's very difficult to focus on the music and performance without having a proper studio space optimized for that very purpose. Say you try to set up a jam space at home, maybe in your basement or even the garage. The band is ready to rock for a 3 to 4 hour jam session, and all hyped up for a productive night. There are constant interruptions from friends showing up, phone calls, and family. The next thing you know, there's a knock at the door, being either a parent telling you to TURN DOWN, a neighbor, or even the cops at your door for a noise disturbance. In Vancouver, you can get a hefty fine from the noise police between $250 up to $2,500 for each infraction.


HOW CAN A SERIOUS BAND FOCUS ON THE MUSIC AND HAVE A PROPER SESSION WITHOUT A REHEARSAL SPACE FREE FROM THESE DISTRACTIONS????


A proper rehearsal space is important for any serious band; a monthly jam space that you can call your own to take your band to the next level. By going over the songs as a group, you can figure out your harmonies, your sounds, your volume levels and dynamics. Find out what songs work for this project and which ones don't. Listen closely to what other people are playing. Fine tune your intros and endings for each song. No need for a Hollywood ending every time (rookie mistake). Short and Sweet. KISS and on to the next song.


Set up your studio artistically. Get those creative juices flowing. Work on your own skill level as a professional musician. Look good, sound good, feel good, and get noticed These all contribute to having a GREAT BAND. Our large soundproof rooms come with AC and heat, free WIFI and PAs, and lots of time to accomplish your goals!!!!









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