Once you have your basic home studio setup ready to go, the big decision is in the DAW that you choose. DAW stands for Digital Audio Workstation which is a piece of music making software that is central to all your studio needs. All home studios and professional studios are built around a DAW. The
Here is a question we’ve all heard time and time again. Possibly one of the most debated topics on guitar forums across the world. As guitar players, most of us are keen at some point in our playing career to own a Les Paul and channel our inner Slash or Jimmy Page. A proper Gibson
So, you’re about to get started in the world of recording? It’s true, there are a lot of things to consider to get your home studio up and running. Budget is of course a big factor as well as space and your needs. When planning out a studio build, no matter how big or small,
Studio monitors are often overlooked as a crucial component of any studio. The monitors allow the producer or mixer to listen back to the recorded content and make decisions based on what they hear. A good set of monitors will translate the recorded media in its purest form and not colour the sound in anyway.
Audio interfaces are amazing inventions, they allow users to plug in microphones and instruments and record to one of the many digital audio workstation software packages available. Perhaps the idea of you recording some tracks that you’re written, or putting out some music with your band is quite scary because studios are quite expensive right?