FAQ #1 – Isn’t it expensive to start your own home recording studio?
FAQ #2 – Is the material highly technical and hard to learn?
FAQ #3 – Can you really get professional sounding audio at the zero-five-dollar budget level?
FAQ #4 – Do you have to have an expensive microphone?
FAQ #5 – Do you have to have an ultra-powerful computer?
FAQ #6 – Don’t you have to buy pricey special software?
FAQ #7 – Why should I care about home recording if I’m not a musician?
FAQ #8 – How much should I spend to start my own home recording studio?
FAQ #9 – Why should I bother starting a home recording studio?
FAQ #10 – Do I need an internet connection on the computer I’ll be using to record?
FAQ #11 – How come every other audio expert says you have to spend money to get good audio?
FAQ #12 – If you could get pro audio from crappy gear, then why is there expensive gear?
FAQ #13 – How can HBA say you can learn to record audio in an hour when to become a recording engineer, it takes years of schooling?
FAQ #14 – Can Audacity do everything I need to record a music CD?
FAQ #15 – What things can Audacity NOT do that would make me need to “upgrade” to software I have to pay for?
FAQ #16 – How much would I have to pay for software that has more advanced features?
FAQ #17 – Who is your (Home Brew Audio) main demographic?
FAQ #18 – How long will it take me to learn how to do multi-track recording without purchasing any new gear?
FAQ #19 – What happens when I have seen all you video tutorials?
FAQ #20 – Can I have a say in what topics you (Home Brew Audio) do tutorial videos on?