Take back control room: Studios fight to survive Covid with MPG

Andre Paine

Recording studios have bounced back after reopening under social distancing rules – but there are still concerns about the future of the sector.

“We have got over the worst of it, we’ve lost a few studios but not as many as we thought we might,” said Cameron Craig, executive director of the MPG. “We pressured councils into helping, and studios started exchanging information on how to get grants.”

The MPG has launched a new corporate membership for recording and rehearsal ...

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