Measures include required face masks, limited access to essential personnel, regular cleaning, providing safety equipment for studio guests and more.
With many recording studios around the country now weighing the possibility of reopening as stay-at-home mandates are eased, the Recording Academy’s producers & engineers wing has released a list of safety considerations for studio owners, engineers and others who work in the recording community.
“Directives for opening are, of course, on a state-by-state and city-by-city basis,” wrote producers & engineers wing senior managing director Maureen Droney in a letter introducing the guidelines. “In the meantime, we have spoken with numerous recording studio owners, engineers and others around the country. Based on their suggested protocols, we’ve compiled a list of potential safety measures.”