Los Angeles, CA (May 29, 2020)—As local, state and federal coronavirus restrictions begin to be loosened nationwide, the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing has compiled a list of potential safety measures that production facilities can implement as they return to work. While local and national authorities provide some measure of guidance for the populace, the work is meant to help professionals make informed decisions as studios reopen.
The document, titled “Considerations For Recording Studios As They Reopen,” is a resource and is not meant to supersede local guidelines but instead to complement them with specifics, as informed by numerous studio owners, engineers and others who are striving to keep the music community safe while getting back to work, states the P&E Wing.
The P&E Wing also states: “As businesses around the country consider how to proceed with plans for partial and staggered re-openings, we understand that they are feeling a deep sense of responsibility and trepidation. We have spoken with numerous recording studio owners, engineers and other industry professionals around the country, and based on their suggested protocols, we’ve compiled a list of potential safety measures and considerations for recording studios as the process of reopening begins.”
Recording Academy Technical Guidelines • www.grammy.com/technical-guidelines