Studiotime.io is looking to do for musicians what Airbnb does for travelers. The new service lets artists rent out unused studio space in their area. Most of the studios that are currently listed on the site could be considered professional spaces, but there are some home studios available to rent as well.
Studiotime.io recently launched and doesn't have many listings, but that could change soon. The music industry has been revolutionized by tech, but you still need equipment and space to record, two things that can be both expensive and hard to find. This service could also be a way for artists to make extra cash as it allows them to rent out their equipment and space when it's not in use.
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Studiotime.io Aims to Be Airbnb for Musicians
- By: Michael HinesApr 5, 2015