Are you just getting started with your first home recording studio setup? Maybe you are feeling a bit overwhelmed and confused? Good news ... you are in the right place! At Music Repo we have years of experience in helping people get started. In this post, we explain the key components of a music recording studio for beginners so then you are all setup to make real progress with your … [Read More...]
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Here is a quick first look at the Rode NT-USB, along with our video review and an original unedited audio recording made with the Rode USB Microphone. You can quickly see exactly what what the NT-USB looks like and hear what it sounds like. Below we describe in more detail exactly what we thought of the microphone. Rode NT-USB Mic Features Mic: Rode NT-USB Microphone Type: Condenser Pickup … [Read More...]
Here is a quick rundown of the Samson Go Mic USB Mic, along with our video review and an original unedited audio recording made with the Go Mic. You can quickly see what it looks like and hear what it sounds like. Samson Go Mic Features Mic: Samson Go Mic USB Studio Microphone Type: Condenser Pickup Pattern: Cardioid, Cardioid with -10 dB Pad, Omni Dual Format: No Headphone Port: … [Read More...]
If you want to set up your first professional home recording studio, "all-in-one" packages are often the easiest and best value way to get started. Pick a top brand, follow the setup instructions and you will have fewer problems than if you try and combine multiple items of equipment. Here are our top 3 reasons why you might do well to buy an off-the-shelf recording studio solution as a … [Read More...]
Are you looking for a design theme for your home recording studio? If you follow me on Pinterest (please do!) then you will have seen I have a whole board devoted to glorious red home recording studio equipment. Starting with the beautiful Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 audio interface, which is one of the best looking recording interfaces on the market, I have been seeking out lovely red things to match … [Read More...]
In a separate post, we wrote extensively about acoustic treatment. This involves making your home recording studio a suitable space for making professional recordings by dealing with reverberation, flutter echoes and so on. Here we look in a bit more detail at a related but different aspect of setting up your home recording studio space: that of soundproofing. While full on soundproofing of a … [Read More...]