Home recording

Home recording is the practice of recording sound in a private home instead of a professional recording studio. A studio... See more >>>


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How to build your own DIY home studio on a budget When most photographers envision their dream studio, they usually imagine a big, scary dollar sign next to it. The good news is that with a little resourcefulness, putting up your own studio doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. Photo by Jesse Orrico
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Investing in a quality studio monitor for your studio setup is a necessity. They help produce clear and dynamic sound mixes, making it easier for you to identify any flaws in the audio quality to correct. Below are some of our favorite studio monitors. KRK Rokit RP7 G4 Price: $498
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Step 1 – build a box out of MDF. (MDF stands for Medium Density Fibreboard, and can be purchased in sheets of varying size and thickness from retailers like Lowe’s and Home Depot.) Step 2 – Insert an S-shaped duct to allow for airflow. Step 3 – Pad the rest with acoustic foam. Now you’ll be able to… y’know, breathe. ELEVATE THE FLOORS
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building The Space for your Home studio Let's start with where you're going to set up. Ideally, you have a spare room or a basement that can be reserved solely for your project studio. If so, you'll want to think about acoustic foam and other sound absorbers to handle less than ideal sonic characteristics.
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Download Step 1: Location, Location, Location The first consideration when contemplating building a studio is where to build it. At this stage it's important to consider just how loud you're going to be (especially your drum kit) and how viable soundproofing is for your situation.
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You can set up a home recording studio with a pretty small budget. At the very least, you’ll need a computer, a DAW/Audio interface combo, studio monitors, one set of headphones, one mic, a few cables, and one mic stand. [5] It is possible to put together a basic setup for around $400.
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If you’re building a studio to have a control and a live room you’re going to need to have a dividing wall. If you’re lucky enough to have found a space that is already divided into two rooms then you’re a good step ahead, if not, don’t fear it’s genuinely not that hard.