Here is my suggestion for the best way to put a music recording studio together for $600. Someone whose been using his brother’s home studio found out Bro was moving out and taking his gear with him. He had a budget of $600 and planned to mainly record acoustic, electric and bass guitars, and various…… 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.
Someone asked this question over at the Home Recording Forum: If you’re getting the right tone from the start when you record, for example using the tone control on the guitar and its amplifier, why is EQ needed in mixing? I’ve read a bunch of articles singing the praises of EQ, but in the mixes…… See More
When it comes to audio quality, there is no one true scale or score you can give to determine how professional sounding the audio quality is. It is mostly a matter of opinion. Oh sure, you can measure things like signal-to-noise ratio, or chart energy across a spectrum of frequencies. But at the end of…… See More
Why does it seem like the audio quality for videos, especially internet video, is crappy even when the audio looks great? Every day video capability is improving, pictures are getting sharper, technology is getting faster and almost everything is high definition or three dimensional. When recording your own videos, it turns out that it is…… See More
Hey home recording ninjas! Need to do any recording whilst out and about? How’s this for the ultimate portable recording rig? The IK Multimedia iRig Mic that plugs straight into an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. The iRig gives you excellent audio quality and comes with a vocal effects app and the recording app to…… See More