When working in an audio studio, maximum attention needs to be given to the quality of sound that is recorded. To achieve this, it is important to ensure that there are no distractions whatsoever in the studio. Many people concentrate on soundproofing and microphone quality when recording audio. However, it is important to also take the studio lighting into consideration.
This prevents the artist from getting distracted when recording and allows the producer to focus on the vibrations appearing on the recording screen. To achieve this, here are the best lighting ideas to install in a studio.
Have a Dark, Separate Booth
It appears that artistes work better when they are in a dimly light booth. This helps them to take their mind away from all distractions and focus on spitting their lines. It also enhances creativity in what is often referred to as a ‘meditation zone.’
Use Soft Lights in Monitoring Area
For the producer, it is important to use a soft Royal Design lights that do not illuminate the monitor directly. Some producers opt to light up the studio from below to keep the light as soft as possible. You should also keep the monitor brightness at a low level to avoid having to squint as you follow the recording session. This allows you (the producer) to capture every detail.