Category: Home recording equipment

How to choose the equipment needed for setting up a home studio

If you ended on this page you are probably just like me, in love with music. I bet that ever since you can remember you wanted to make music, you wanted to make your voice heard and get some credits for all that dormant creativity that's inside you. But before becoming a worldwide music star (or at least a local star) you need to have your own recording studio where you can transform the musical ideas in your head into beautiful sounds. In this article I will tell you about the best way to choose all the equipment needed for setting up a basic home studio.
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How to fix audio interface buzzing, clicking and popping sounds

Some audio interfaces that use the USB or PCI port will add strange noises to the recordings or to your playbacks. This is a common issue for most USB audio interfaces, and there are some things that you can do in order to fix this the problem. The problem When you use your audio interface, there are a variety of reasons that can create pops, clicks, dropouts, crackles or distortion when you record or when you playback. Usually, this happens because the digital recording uses too much resources from your computer. Other times, it happens because there are other components on your computer that interfere with the audio interface, creating unpleasant sounds. The fix As I said, there are many reasons for hearing buzzing, clicking and popping sounds on your audio interface. I'm going to start with the simplest fixes, and finish with the most complex ones. You need to "try and test" every one of them until you spot the actual problem.
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Cheap Home Studio Keyboards and Midi Controllers for Music Producers

Building a home recording studio is not all about buying microphones and audio interfaces. We need ways to create our own instrumentals, beats, music lines, songs. There are producing programs out there that allows you to create your music line using a virtual keyboard, but you will never get the same touch and feeling by doing this. I have tried it for myself, and I could never get the song done, because everything felt so digital and fake. When it comes to creating instrumentals, I'm always staying with my Akai midi-controller. It never failed me so far.

Fact: Home Studio Keyboards are cheap these days, so you can buy a MIDI controller under $200 and still get quality and practicability. Let's see some of the best pics that I like. I'm targeting keyboards in the price range of $100-$400.

Cheap Home Studio Keyboards


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Affordable setup for a home recording studio

How to create a home recording studio? Here is an affordable setup The first thing you need to do when you assemble your home studio is to get a computer with enough RAM (minimum 2GB of RAM) to sustain the producing and recording process. I assume that you already have one, but if you don't you need to acquire one right now! MAC or PC, Desktop or Laptop it does not matter, though the laptop gives you more freedom of movement. If you got that out of the way, it's time to buy the actual items required for a recording studio
  • The Condenser Microphone
  • The Microphone Stand
  • The Pop filter
  • An Audio Interface
  • Optionally, you can add a microphone preamplifier, compressor, etc
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Best Tools for a Music Studio

Building a Home Studio around $500 might not get you enough equipment needed for the job. Sometimes you need more stuff to help you around in your home studio or to improve your recording/mixing experience. Keep reading until the end because the best things comes last! SanDisk Ultra Fit CZ43 64GB USB 3.0 Hi-Speed ​​USB Memory Stick Although the USB Memory Stick is a fairly common accessory in a home recording studio, you need to take into consideration the possibility that Hi-Speed ​​USB Memory Hi-Speed Sticks can be used for back or even to carry all your home studio data on it: studio-on-a-stick. You can store all your VSTs on it, instrumentals or things that you do not wish to leave in the studio computer. Basically, you have the entire collection (with very few exceptions) of VST's and sequencer on a stick that moves really fast. SanDisk Ultra Fit CZ43 64GB USB 3.0 stick is able to run multi-track (besides Reaper and VST's directly from it), though still limited to 6-8 channels to write speed. That's pretty good for a stick, right?
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How to make a music studio with a budget of $500

If you ask me, making music is more than a hobby, is a passion for art that needs to be cultivated and promoted more often these days. Some people are lucky, and being able to make a living out of it is not that hard to achieve these days. Making music like a pro in your own recording studio is not a faded dream, it is something that can be achieved with a proper (but not that large) budget. All you need is a voice, an idea and a... recording equipment. Before searching for recording studio equipment for sale, you should know exactly why you need a recording studio. Why build a home music studio? Because, before becoming a huge star, you need to be noticed. In order for you to be noticed, people need to hear one of your songs. And for that, you need a home recording studio. From this point on it's all about being creative, write the best lyrics you can write, compose/acquire the best instrumentals. So, in this regard, I will present a home recording studio setup priced around $500: mxl-condenser-mic Microphone
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