Building a home recording studio is extremely desirable for the audio enthusiast. Creating music in your spare room was a dream for most back in the old days. Not anymore.
It’s easy enough to set up a home recording studio in your bedroom today, but even though it’s easy, many people don’t know where to start.
In the following series of posts, I’ll go over the basic aspects of setting up a home recording studio.
Don’t worry, you won’t need to get your tools out or actually build anything. This series is a crash course in the equipment you need and how to use it.
From microphones to acoustic treatment, this guide will show you everything you need to build a home recording studio for under $1,000.
Here is the six part series on building your home recording studio, along with some additional thoughts you need to keep in mind when constructing your home studio.
- Getting Started: Budget Questions and Computer Shopping
- How to Select the Best Interface for your Home Studio
- Monitors Make Your Music Sound Like Money
- Microphone Considerations: Cheap Don’t Mean Bad
- The All Important Acoustic Treatment: Don’t Mix Without It
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