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What Is The Most Amount Of Days You've Seen An Artist Consecutively In-Studio?

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I had The Samples in the studio for 30 days straight in 2001.
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I had a band called Suitcase for 35 straight days around 1999-2000.
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I've basically slept in my homestudio for the last 12 years...
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January 2002: spent the entire month working on a rap album (Bugzy Bogart "Rap" from Culture VI). It was the first major project I did in a DAW. Artist showed up everyday, wrote a lot of the lyrics minutes before pressing record. It was a lot of fun and great to create an entire record in such a short amount of time.
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Me trying to finish songs every night, lol.
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We had Ra Ra Riot in for 6 weeks a couple of years ago.
We've got another band coming in January for 6 weeks, also.

We've had a handful of bands do a week or two here and there in the past year.

Why do you ask?
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I had a band that did about 3 or 4 days a month for about a year and a half, so like 72 days. A lot of them were 3 or 4 hour sessions on a weeknight though.

That band alone funded a month long tour/vacation to Europe that I took that year. When the project was done it was like my own little recession.
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Rush doing Rush4 (IIR) in Rockfield.

I was in there for a mere ten days of their stay, but apparently they had it booked for 6 months and were there the whole time!

Mind you I suspect the trout fishing and horseback riding may have impinged slightly on actual recording time.

And the food....! The ultimate meals on wheels service.
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