rold Posted May 20, 2001 Share Posted May 20, 2001 I'd REALLY appreciate everyone's thoughts on this: I am a new Dad (three months), and naturally the adjustment is tougher than I expected, but it's getting to the point where it's a problem. My wife and I just bought a house, and I'm meeting with a consultant to figure out how to build a pro studio on the property ground up. Meanwhile, I'm tracking people and doing post on a setup in a bedroom with an iso booth built outside the room's window. Here's the problem: between tracking, figuring out the new studio, networking (and reading/learning from these forums http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/biggrin.gif ), I easily spend a good 12 hours a day (on a short day) trying to accomplish everything necessary. The wife is starting to get fed up. She claims I don't spend enough time with her and our son, which sometimes is true, and she refuses to accept the time I have to put in to finish all the things I have on the plate right now. In particular are networking and spening time online to learn and research. How do you explain these kind of things to your significant other? I've tried explaining to her that the studio will be our living soon enough, and networking, researching and continually learning are extremely important to being successful at the studio game. It doesn't seem to sink in. How does your wife (or husband) react when you come home from 16 hours in the studio or 4 hours at the clubs networking? How do you get them to understand? I'd really appreciate anyones thoughts on this; it may be critical to holding my family together. Thanks.. http://www.musicplayer.com/ubb/smile.gif All the best to you all, Harold meh Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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