Are You Ready To Record Audio Like the Pros?
We will show you how to do it in plain language that anyone can understand - yes, even a 5th grader.
Have you tried to record professional sounding audio at home - maybe even using some good gear - but it just didn't sound professional? You are not alone. Sometimes people try buying more expensive recording equipment, only to find their audio doesn't sound much better.
You might assume that the only ways to really get that professional audio sound is to:
- Go to a commercial recording studio, which is expensive and time-consuming, or
- Spend a fortune on top-notch gear AND
- Not only figure out how to use it, but also learn the complex technical skills of a recording engineer.
I went through everything I just described above. And it took me a long time to learn the relatively few concepts that make the difference between amateur sounding audio, and the professional stuff. The biggest problem was that the material all seems like it's written for engineering students and not regular folks who may not be "techies." So once I learned this stuff, I wanted to turn around and explain it in plain language - in a way that anyone could get it. It turns out that the the concepts are actually pretty easy once you get past all the jargon. And here is the thing that blew me away: The gear you use is not half as important as the knowledge.
One of those recordings was made using gear that was 100 times more expensive! And if you're like most folks, you probably picked the second sample as the expensive one. Wrong. Why such a difference? Just a few simple bits of knowledge.
Here at Home Brew Audio, you'll find hundreds of free articles and tutorials all designed to help regular folks record professional quality audio at home, and spending the least amount of money to do it. When you're ready, you'll want to check out our video tutorial courses that show you step-by-step how to start recording like the pros.