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If you’re eager to upgrade your electric guitar, the cheapest piece of hardware is a set of tuning pegs. Let’s say you have a Stratocaster, a Telecaster, or any other
Choosing a new microphone for your home studio is a big deal. Not only is it a high-stakes game (because you want to make sure you choose a mic that
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So you’re setting up a new drum kit, whether for yourself or for your home studio, and you’re stuck. You’ve got some nice cymbals and a full drum kit, but
So, you’ve got yourself a nice microphone, and you’re ready to get started recording at home. Problem is, you’re hearing a lot of weird P and B sounds in all
So you’ve decided to start a YouTube channel. Congrats! Or perhaps you’re already running one, but you’re looking to take things up a notch and upgrade your audio production level.
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Choosing a new microphone is often a pretty tough decision. This is especially true if you’re new to the audio recording game, but even seasoned pros sometimes struggle to decide.