We have been recording our Christmas CD for Raven Boy Music (should be out by next week!), and I thought I’d put up a quick sample of what some of the music sounds like. I’m hoping to give you an example of what can be accomplished on a PC recording studio in a room of you house or apartment, which is where this was recorded.
Have a listen to these clips:
|Gaudete||[audio:http://www.homebrewaudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Gaudete-Clip.mp3|titles=Gaudete Clip – Home Recording]|
|Cantique de Noel (Oh Holy Night)||[audio:http://www.homebrewaudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Cantique-Clip.mp3|titles=Cantique Clip – Home Recording]|
These, along with 13 other Christmas songs, were recorded right here in my bedroom home recording studio, which consists of my computer, some software, 3 microphones, and a computer interface (external sound-card where you can plug mics in).
The CD, entitled Gifts of Midwinter by Ken and Lisa Theriot, should be out in the next week…if you’re interested;). but mainly I just wanted to show you that good quality audio can be created in your bedroom, on a normal computer. and you can start doing this yourself.
Got any Christmas stuff you need to record for a kid’s show at school? How about recording the kids singing (or just talking) for the grandparents this holiday? Home Brew Audio can show you how.
Hope you all have a Merry Christmas!