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To make a recording studio, start by choosing a windowless, well-insulated room that's large enough to hold a small table and at least one person. As for equipment, at minimum you'll need a computer, a DAW/Audio interface combo, studio monitors, headphones, a mic, a few cables, and a mic stand.
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Here’s how: 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.
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3. Floor and ventilation. Elevate the floor of your DIY home recording studio by placing wood on foam blocks and level it by trimming some of the foam blocks to dampen vibrations. There are several noise dampening foams that you can buy in different sizes, thicknesses and patterns.
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Start a recording studio by following these 10 steps: Plan your recording studio Form your recording studio into a Legal Entity Register your recording studio for Taxes Open a Business Bank Account & Credit Card Set up Accounting for your recording studio Get the Necessary Permits & Licenses for your recording studio Get recording studio Insurance
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Hamish Dickinson & Phoenix Sound provides a personal, individually tailored recording experience for musicians and businesses in a beautiful purpose-built studio in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Hamish works one-on-one with bands and artists across different genres, producing their albums and E.P.s, from first recording, through mixing and mastering, to the final product.
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Set up a table or desk on which to organize your equipment. Bring at least one table or desk into your recording studio room and set it up. Place all your equipment (computer and accessories, studio monitors, audio interface) on the table or desk, in the configuration you want. Attach all the cables for these items.