Instrument Recording at Home Part 1: What You’ll Need

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In this video, the team over at Consordini Music discusses what equipment you will need for recording at home. When recording any instrument, the most important aspect is sound. If you want to have a qualitative recording session, you should pay attention to the details. For example, you want to be sure you have the necessary equipment, choose the best microphone, select the perfect recording software and have the correct cables for your instrument. In this video series, a violin is the instrument being recorded and an XLR connector is used for the acoustic violin, while a jack-jack cable is used for the electronic violin.

Want to learn more? Watch the full video here.

Be sure to check back next month for the second part in this four-part series: Instrument Recording at Home Part 2: The DAW

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