How To Organize a Messy Studio Space?

The Score Magazine|April 2020

How To Organize a Messy Studio Space?
Everyone wants a studio that oozes creativity and learning. A dirty, cluttered studio space isn’t conducive to creativity. If you’re falling down over cables, staring in disgust at a pile of dirty dishes, or wasting time looking for a file, you’re not creating music.
AKARSH SHEKHAR

1: Keep Your Space Clean

Let’s start with the most obvious: vacuum the carpet, dust off the furniture, wipe down your computer’s peripherals and use compressed air to blast dust off delicate items. Lastly do not eat inside your studio. You don’t want to look at dirty dishes and get stressed. You’re here to savour your music, not a smelly studio.

2: Get Rid of the Clutter

It’s difficult to concentrate if your studio looks like a place scattered with endless piles of stuff. A clean space equals a clean mind. So remove unrelated clutter like papers, books, magazines, and miscellaneous items from your work space.

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April 2020