For many years, the recording studio was the exclusive dwelling of rock stars and millionaires; and for anyone wanting to produce high quality audio, a professional, well-equipped studio is still the number-one option. However, in the last 20 years or so, the cost of producing music yourself has come rocketing down, and we’ve published articles […]
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The Green Scene—A Net-zero Recording Studio in Vermont
By Jaimie Scanlon Let’s face it; the music industry doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being earth friendly. From gas-guzzling tour buses, supercharged lighting and sound equipment, and throngs of straw-sucking fans at festivals (Remember those days?), the business can be tough on the environment. But there are some signs of green sprouting up between […]
Living Room to Live Room
Did you think every recording studio would be the same? You thought wrong. Thanks to Insulation Express providing the following infographic, you can read all about some of the most famous recording studios across the globe.
Step Into the Studio: A First-Timer’s Guide to Professional Recording
Whatever the reasons, the process of selecting a studio and preparing for your first recording session can be a bit intimidating. That is exactly why a first-timer’s guide to professional recording is necessary.
Samson Media One BT3 Speakers
In this “How-To” video, Todd Hobin exhibits how the Samson Media One BT3 Speakers can be set up in your home recording studio. He gives insider tips to ensure the best sound quality. These speakers are a necessity if you are thinking about building your own home recording studio.
Setting Up Your Own Home Recording Studio
Folk-pop-noir singer-songwriter and professional audio engineer, Ryan Hobler lives in a studio, mixing and recording on a daily basis. Drawing upon his 10 years of experience in both music production and audio post, here he offers his suggestions to avoid some common recording mistakes.
Recording Music at Home
Let’s face it; recording music at home can be a daunting prospect! If you’re like me you love to write music and you’re passionate about bringing to life the masterpiece resounding in your head.
Recording Music at Home: Part 2
This article is a continuation of the article Recording Music at Home. Setup Setting up your studio is just as important as having the right equipment. Failure to create a controlled environment will result in poor quality recordings and poor quality recordings can never be polished professional perfection. The way you set up your recording space […]