When I established “Musicloudstudio & Technology,” a startup offering music production services to corporates and independent artists, I encountered several challenges in the process of defining, ideating, creating, and gaining acceptance. Drawing from my project management experience in the IT field, I found ways to leverage Agile and Waterfall frameworks as the backbone of my music production and people management processes, forming what I refer to as “Mugility.”
Mugility is a hybrid model inspired by the principles of Disciplined Agile, tailored specifically to the unique needs of the music industry. It provides a structured approach that guides us from the initial stages to the final delivery of music projects.
Whether you are professionally recording, recording for your own amateur band or you want to pursue a career in sound related field, it can help to understand the two forms of audio recordings: Analog vs. Digital.
Music studios are being established all over India, especially Bangalore and it can be difficult to narrow down one music recording studio. Most of the time the choice is based on cost and the facilities needed to record the music. With the rise of independent music production studios, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to recording your music. This gives the production in-charge a lot of clout but narrowing down the options can be a tiresome process.