Lockout Studios Blog
Creating your perfect space to create takes a bit of effort, but it’s worth it. Follow our blog for tips on how to stay focused, motivated, and inspired to make the most of your studio. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out, you’ll be able to create the art you love and take your skills to the next level.
Looking for the best albums of 2023? We had our interns round out the albums that got us through the best-and worst, events of this year!
Are you considering a career as a DJ? Besides needing the obvious things like equipment and dj software, a place to practice, and a catchy name, there are several important things to consider. Our comprehensive guide provides essential tips for beginners that will help you look like an experienced producer.
Are you looking to optimize your rehearsal studio for the ultimate sound experience? Discover the science of soundproofing and learn how it can revolutionize your practice sessions. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore effective methods of soundproofing, enabling you to create a sonic haven in your rehearsal space.
While writing, performing, and touring are all difficult things for any band to accomplish, actually getting your music heard by as many people as possible can be a daunting task. If you or your band are struggling to get your voices out to a larger audience, try these ways to help your music get the exposure it needs to stand out in the crowd.
As a musician or producer, it can be challenging to balance all aspects of life while still dedicating enough time to your music. Here are some ways to make the most of your time and increase productivity.
Traveling with musical instruments can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you’re unsure of how to properly pack them. Instruments are expensive and delicate. The last thing you want is for them to be damaged during transit from your rehearsal space. To help you prepare, we’ve put together a guide on how to safely pack your instruments for travel.
If you’re a musician, you know that a productive rehearsal space can be the difference in how efficiently you’re able to practice and create music. While we can’t help you write the perfect hook, we can give you some tips for creating a more productive music rehearsal space.
As a musician, finding a place to rehearse and practice can be a challenge. Many musicians resort to practicing in their homes, which can be a convenient option, but it comes with several drawbacks. Here are some of the benefits of our rehearsal studios.