musician’s cooperative


Erik Kain

Erik writes about video games at Forbes and politics at Mother Jones. He's the contributor of The League though he hasn't written much here lately. He can be found occasionally composing 140 character cultural analysis on Twitter.

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  1. We self-produced a bluegrass album in my brother’s basement over the course of a year on cheap software with rented equipment and a couple of decent computers. The only cost was editing and there are a lot of people here that will do it on the cheap. Granted, Louisville has a huge music scene, but with technology going the way it is, it’s easy to pull these things off as a DIY project.Report

  2. Avatar Max says:

    When I was still in Jerusalem, I lived across the square from a terrific artists’ coop called Barbur (Swan). I believe they did some recording there once in awhile — you could contact them at their website:

    Really, all you need to get going is a space. Do you have a basement with an exterior door?Report

    • Avatar E.D. Kain in reply to Max says:

      Heh. I have a tiny two-bedroom apartment. But I may have some other space-options. I mean, we jam out in a garage right now. But I’m thinking bigger – like a studio space with high quality equipment. We have so many musicians here I think it might be doable.Report