Home Recording Equipment Recommendations

Updated On
31-May-2020
By
Ken

Since there are so many different home recording equipment products out there, from software to computer interfaces to microphones and effects gear, it is often helpful to have someone narrow things down a bit for you.  (Note: Reaper should be added for recording software.  But since they do their own pricing, you can only get it at their site - https://www.reaper.fm/)

In partnership with B&H Photo-Video-Audio, we have put together two starter bundles.  B&H graciously added these to their catalog according to my exact specifications.  They are the Home Recording Starter Kit and the Musician's Home Recording Starter Kit.  What's awesome about these is the price for the bundle is a LOT less than if you were to buy each item individually.

Home Recording Starter Kit
The Home Recording Starter Bundle ($247.50)

  • M-Audio Fast TrackUSBInterface with Pro Tools SE Software
  • Pearstone 3-Pin XLR Male to 3-Pin XLR Female Audio Cable (10')
  • On-Stage MS7701B Euro-BoomMicStand
  • Audio-TechnicaAT2020-CondenserMicrophone
  • Audio-Technica ATH-M20 - Closed-BackHeadphone
  • Pearstone PFN Nylon Round Pop Filter with Gooseneck (6.6")

 

Home Recording Musicians Starter Kit
The Home Recording Musician's Starter Bundle ($414.95)

  • M-Audio MobilePre Mk II - USB Audio Interface
  • Audio-Technica AT2041SP CardioidCondenserStudio MicrophonePackage
  • 2 x Pearstone 3-Pin XLR Male to 3-Pin XLR Female Audio Cable (10')
  • 2 x On-Stage MS7701B Euro-BoomMicStand
  • Audio-Technica ATH-M20 - Closed-BackHeadphone
  • Pearstone PFN Nylon Round Pop Filter with Gooseneck (6.6")
  • M-Audio Oxygen 25 -USBMIDIController

Below are some dedicated category pages with our home recording equipment recommendations.

Just click on any of the pictures to be taken to a catalog for those items:

picture of microphones
Recommended Microphones
recording equipment
Recording Studio Accessories
portable recorders
Recommended Portable Recorders
interfaces and software for home recording
Interfaces and Software

Purchasing or not, go ahead and click in the box below and get the first several video tutorials free of charge.  Plus you’ll get all the latest information we think will be valuable to you in your recording efforts (no spam, in other words:)).

Free videos from "The Newbies Guide to Audio Recording Awesomeness"

These video tutorials show you step-by-step, in plain language how to record multi-track audio in Audacity AND Reaper software.
ACCESS VIDEOS NOW

4 comments on “Home Recording Equipment Recommendations”

  1. very very helpful. i cant even begin to thank you.. i would like to make a video of my home studio so you can tell me what i need or what i can do to upgrade. please contact back if you accept

  2. Jamie - If you will allow me to share the information on the site I'd be happy to do that for you.

    Cheers,

    Ken

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram