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verybody loves music. With musical instruments easily available these days,
almost everyone knows how to play an instrument. It's fun and if you're good
at it, like the song by Dire Straits goes, you can make "Money For Nothing"!
After learning a couple of chords and jammin with the radio, the next step would
be to get a group together and Voila! you have a band! But wait! Any self-respecting,
up and coming band needs a place to whack those drums and scream their lungs
out without the neighbours calling the police. Enter you... Jamming Studio owner.
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Keep in mind here that for a start, we're talking about a basic set-up to cater
to kids who just wanna make some noise and semi-serious bands that need a place
to fine-tune for their gigs. If you live somewhere where loud music isn't going
to bug the neighbours or you've got a garage that can be converted to a music
studio, you're in business. If helps if you've got a few amps, mics and mixer
to crank up the sound a bit. Your customers can rent additional guitars, keyboards
and drums if they don't have their own - for a fee of course. How you charge
is up to you, but make sure you factor power usage, wear and tear and "accidental"
damage to your equipment into your fee structure. Accidental damage includes
over-exuberance by a head-bangin' guitar player! As you business picks up, you'll
want to add equipment to your set up and maybe consider having your place sound-proofed.
Having recording equipment will mean a lot to bands that want to cut a demo
tape. You never know... your rehearsal studio might one day be the birthplace
of another Beatles, U2 or Aerosmith. Think of the marketing possibilities!