Here is a post from Home Brew Audio (my “side project” about audio recording that is rapidly becoming my “main” project:) that is the first in a series explaining not only how to build a home recording studio using your computer, but also how to get the best possible audio quality from it for the least cost.
These posts will explain two types of gear configurations and offer 4 tips for creating the clearest and cleanest audio possible. You’ll also learn how to step into the “professional quality audio” level by using the 4 tips and a microphone costing less than $100.
You’ll also see how home recording studio configuration 2 is the foundation for even the highest-end professional computer-based studios, and how you can enter that world for as low as about $250.
See the part 1 of the series here: www.homebrewaudio.com/how-to-build-a-home-recording-studio-part-1
After having given several presentations, both on and off line, on how to set up for recording pro audio at home, I recorded a video version of seminar. That’s where this series of posts comes from. It is basically the script of the presentation.
That video is available at www.homebrewaudio.com in the sidebar. The product is called Building Your Home Recording Studio.
Feel free to post a comment if you want to see news or information on recording or Raven Boy Music or voice-overs or anything at all.