Groove Tunes Studios Featured In Review And News Business Post
Catering to serious musicians
Music makers book blocks of recording time
"...Musicians who are serious about recording get down to business at a recording studio – something Eric Tunison encourages with his business model.
Don't ask for hourly rates if you want to tackle this kind of project. Tunison offers block rates that are much cheaper than the rates charged at downtown recording studios. With 50 percent down, the musician essentially books the studio in advance. Even his maximum hourly rates are no worse than the lowest rates at the high-end Atlanta studios. And compared to some of the dungy, ill-equipped basement studios he's seen, Tunison said his rates are very reasonable.
His business model is for clients to pre-purchase at a block rate.
"That tells me they're serious," he said. "I block my time for them and I don't book anyone else. I like it because it makes them commit." .."