How To Build Your Own Home Recording Studio On A Budget (Modern Musician Series Book 2)

How To Build Your Own Home Recording Studio On A Budget (Modern Musician Series Book 2)

ISBN: 1533709629 | 50 pages | EPUB & PDF 817 KB

How To Build Your Own Home Recording Studio On A Budget (Modern Musician Series Book 2)

Television and the Internet have proven that the average person can become a superstar without having fancy studios and expensive equipment at their disposal. For example, Justin Bieber, who is now a multimillionaire due to his musical success, got his start by uploading videos onto a popular content sharing site. If that is not enough to convince you that you don’t have to be rich to become a great musical artist, there is not much that will!

Have you been dreaming of being a musician, yet your budget does not permit you to spend loads of money on studio time. Are you browsing the net for your recording studio or music production?

Do you wish there was some way to record your music without worrying about the inconvenience of finding a studio in your local area? Are you working with a limited budget but your musical drive is working on high speed?

If you are someone who has a passion for music and you have been seeking a place to release all of your creativity then it would probably be in your best interest to build your own recording studio.

This guide will give you practical insider tips on the ‘ins’ and ‘outs’ of building your own home recording studio, buying music recording software and recording studio equipment. Topics like music production, free recording software, mastering, and the use of microphones, studio headphones, studio monitors, audio recording and audio mixing are all covered in this book.

Among the topics discussed are:

•Learning To Mix
•Creating A Solid Plan
•Creating A Budget
•Choosing A Space
•Designing Your Space
•Working On The Acoustics
•Soundproofing Your Space
•Buying A Computer
•Choosing The Best Recording Software
•Selecting The Best Interface
•Microphone Buying Tips
•Great Advice For Buying Headphones
•Accessories You Must Buy
•Audio Cable DOs and DON’Ts

There are many places in a home that can serve as a recording studio, but this all depends on several factors. You want to make sure that you select the right space or all of your hard work setting things up will go to waste. This book provides some facts that will help you to choose the best space.

You have probably heard about bands all over the world that use a garage as a place to record their music. If you have ever wondered why this is such a popular choice, the information regarding ‘pros and cons’ of using the basement, a bedroom, or the garage, that you will find here should help clear that up for you.

There are also things that you will need to know, that are not immediately obvious, like you do not want any paintings or any other items attached to the walls. When you are playing, the sound can bounce off of these objects and create something that is not very pleasant. You may have been thinking about adding photos of your musical inspiration, but this is not a good idea.

There are many steps that you will have to go through in order to get your studio up and running, but that should be small potatoes considering the rewards you may be able to receive once the space is done. Good Luck!