: People who COULD be recording their own music, voiceovers, podcasts, etc. at home often just give up - thinking it's just too hard. Then they either decide not record at all. Or they spend a ton of money at commercial recordings studios.Why me?
I am a musician and voiceover actor/narrator. I started learning how to record at home many years ago because I could not afford to always go to commercial studios. So I HAD to learn ways to make my audio sound PROFESSIONAL.
It took me several years, learning bit-by-bit what to do and what NOT to do in order to get the BEST QUALITY for the LOWEST cost.
So I have tried all the things. I have made the mistakes. And in the end, I have learned that audio recording is really not as hard as you think! And it doesn't have to be as expensive as you probably think.
So Home Brew Audio is a place where you can learn - in plain language - how to record your own audio at home. In my posts
, I do my best to translate all the technical stuff so ANYONE can understand it - and then do it themselves.
My home recording motto is "knowledge trumps gear." And I want to provide that knowledge.
There are lots of places around the internet where you can learn about home recording. Here is how HBA is different from the rest: