Recording acoustic guitar, along with some voices and other instruments, is one of the most common home recording activities out there. Today I thought I’d describe the techniques I use when recording this type of music. If you’d like to get an idea of how my recordings sound (pretty-much all acoustic/folk/singer-songwriter type music), you can…… See More
Home Recording Equipment
These are all the posts on the site that discuss "Home Recording Equipment" or audio gear (usually hardware like microphones, interfaces, etc) of any kind, including recording software.
Below is a great question fro Yahoo! Answers that has lots of different answers, depending on what kind of recording you want to do. The one answer posted was pretty specific, which isn’t all that helpful if you ask me. See below for the HBA answer. Q: We got a quote once from a business…… See More
Music studio equipment can get really expensive really fast. I’m differentiating here between just any home recording studio, and one that specifically is set up for recording and producing music. If you are a voice over actor or podcaster exclusively, you can get by with quite a bit less in the way of studio gear. …… See More
PC recording software comes in many different types and capabilities. What I want to focus on here is software you can use to record music or voice overs onto your computer. That narrows it down to two categories of audio recording software: programs to use for “tracking” or getting the sound into the computer, and…… See More
The latest in a series of predictable Q&A about setting up a home recording studio, the question is typical and the answer, if short, points to a solution that will require 1,000 bucks or more. See the original Q&A below and then the Home Brew Audio answer below that. Q: I am in the process…… See More