Producers & Engineers Technical Guidelines
Modified on: Mon, 25 Apr, 2022 at 7:25 AM
Considerations for COVID-19 Safe Studio Reopening
As businesses around the country consider how to proceed with plans for partial and staggered reopenings, we understand that they are feeling a deep sense of responsibility and trepidation.
Directives for opening are, of course, on a state-by-state and city-by-city basis. In the meantime, we have spoken with numerous recording studio owners, engineers and others around the country. Based on their suggested protocols, we’ve compiled a list of potential safety measures.
Technical Guidelines For Producers And Engineers
Although the music industry's transition from analog to digital has increased convenience and creative choices, it has also presented new challenges and problems. This fact has prompted members of the P&E Wing to pool their expertise and collaborate in volunteer committee groups that address some of these problems and offer solutions.
The guidelines linked below are the result of those collaborations. These papers may be printed and shared for educational and non-commercial purposes. If you have comments regarding these documents please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The definitions linked below explain which credits are eligible to receive a GRAMMY Award and which are not.
The Recording Academy and P&E Wing have created a recommendation document for basic crediting best practices.
Hearing health facts for sound professionals and musicians.
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