The only way to perfect a band’s sound and tear through the competition is consistent rehearsal, but finding a space to rehearse is a huge nuisance in itself.
For musicians seeking a good space to rehearse, try one of these five potential spaces:
Using a gig as a rehearsal is great because musicians are killing a thousand birds with one stone. Not only are musicians developing their sound and stage presence, but they are gaining exposure and possibly money. It’s a win, win, win, win!
2. Throughout the community.
This is an especially good strategy for bands that have local connections. Call universities, churches, schools, volunteer centers, etc. You’d be surprised to find out how many of these resources might be willing to provide a fresh band with a new jam space.
3. Rent a rehearsal room.
Many cities provide their community with rehearsal rental services for about a hundred bucks a month. This cost may seem terminal, but when split between four or so band members, the cost isn’t too deadly in the grand scheme of things.
4. Work (after hours)
Using your work space as a rehearsal space is great for musicians working in a setting such as a warehouse. There’s tons of room and accesses musicians to practice to a full volume.
5. In your home.
The most convenient way to practice is in the comfort of your own home. Before you bring a band set into your place, ensure that your neighbors don’t mind. Also, practice in the middle of the day for minimal disturbance.
For those desperately broke musicians seeking a room, try one of these five tips!
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Roselie Kelly loves to explore and meet new people. She recently moved to Dublin Ireland, where she spends her time teaching English as a foreign language, running, picking up new hobbies and being a dutiful temp receptionist/runner/errand girl/cookie snatcher!