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Old 22nd December 2011
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Interesting. I know Buddy Miller often records in his home and those recordings have become professional selling CDs. I s'pose his is a home studio but the equipment, sound, and his producing and engineering skills enable him to create professional product. So in some sense, is his studio also a pro studio?

I guess we first must determine what the definition of "Pro Studio" is and this brings it all back to the thread poster's original question. I doubt a person is going to book time in Buddy's home unless it is someone Buddy wants to record - so in that sense, his place is probably not open to the public for hire. Yet records that are professionally sold have come out of his studio/home.

My thinking is that a pro studio is one where professional product has been recorded and or mixed. But that is just my opinion. Then the difference is, is the facility public or private?