Tag: Beginner’s Home Studio Guide

  • The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up a Home Studio: Choosing the Right Monitors

    The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up a Home Studio: Choosing the Right Monitors

    + Learning to record and mix at home? Check out Soundfly’s acclaimed online courses on mixing, production, and beat making — Subscribe for unlimited access. If you’ve ever tried mixing something you recorded at home on computer speakers, your stereo speakers, or even headphones, you know that it’s nearly impossible to get a great, objective sense […]

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  • The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up a Home Studio: Free and Affordable DAWs

    The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up a Home Studio: Free and Affordable DAWs

    + Learning to record and mix at home? Check out Soundfly’s acclaimed online courses on mixing, production, and beat making — Subscribe for unlimited access. Unless you’re recording to high-fidelity magnetic tape or into a four-track recording device, your digital audio workstation (DAW) is a critical element of your home studio. You don’t need a giant mixing […]

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  • The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up a Home Studio: Picking the Right Computer

    The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up a Home Studio: Picking the Right Computer

    If you’re tired of spending your hard-earned cash on hiring other people to record your demos, the logical next step is to set up your own recording studio at home. If that sounds daunting, it really shouldn’t. You can do so much with so little these days, and as time goes on, you can expand your gear […]

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