After a show or while driving on the road, the driver hears all the constant complaints of arriving the heat or air conditioning
Being with the music business comes with its pros and cons. Working with bands and pros, there are a ton of tiny details that need be perfected before a tour or recording starting. Some band members are awesome and definately will act like your friends while others is a pain. In some cases, people have quit their jobs because they cannot handle the drama and neediness in the musicians. They tend to expect you’ll be catered too in every single way, right down to their own heating and cooling preferences. Band managers are the ones who have to deal with the scheduling while the assistants get stuck choosing the HVAC maintenance workers in every area to make sure the stage is the perfect temperature and avoid any errors in singing. With the dressing rooms, the assistants are constantly running around to change the thermostats on the band members’ heating and cooling needs. After a show or while driving on the road, the driver hears all the constant complaints of arriving the heat or air conditioning. When there are multiple members in one van, it seems as if nobody can pick the perfect temperature and wind up too cold with the air conditioner or too sticky with the heat. When it comes so that you can studio time, each musician may need to set the recording studio thermostat to your moderate cool setting to ensure their voices never dry out or crack. As ridiculous as it might sound, a lot of the band’s success and collaboration would depend on the HVAC system settings.