Whether a seasoned veteran in audio production or just getting started with your own project studio, you are well aware that having the right tools for the job is critical for success. A musician can artfully play a melodic guitar line, but without means of effectively capturing a performance through recording efforts, the music reverberates no further than the walls of your studio.
When managing an audio project for a musician or a band, we occasionally forget important details, inefficiently use the precious time we have, or even neglect important aspects of your business that help drive additional opportunities. This is especially true when juggling multiple projects.
Studios generally have a good handle on the creative and technical side of managing the audio production process; however, studios of all sizes experience common challenges in managing the business side of their recording studio. This can include poor management of leads, difficulty converting leads to paying clients, blurring together details from session to session or from song to song without sufficient notes, forgetting which clients have yet to pay their invoice (or have overdue payments), scheduling complications within a single studio or facility with multiple studio spaces, and so much more.
The wait for a simple, effective solution is over. Sonido Software is the recording studio management software that brings together all necessary business management tools studio managers, engineers, and producers have been searching for to help the studio run smoother as an organized business – all in a simple, intuitive interface. Studios of all sizes benefit from to focus on converting leads to paying projects, scheduling studio time with ease, managing a project from stage to stage, along with necessary project details, intuitively sharing project files for review and revisions through a streamlined feedback process, and and robust quoting, invoicing and payment solution.
Interested in learning more about how Sonido can make your studio business more organized, efficient and prepared for growth?