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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Music: That's What It's All About


Music in a home studio can sound pro now days with just a little out of pocket expense. So many internet "guru's" are telling you that in order to get great sounding tracks you have to have a ton of expensive equipment. That is simply not true!

There is more time needed than money and that is where the mix up comes from. People who are looking for just the basic equipment needed for a home studio are being bombarded with so many options that it is intimidating to say the least. However, music is what it is all about! Not the gear, the the foam on the walls, not the desk you're using, it's the music that matters!

If you're looking to break into the world of home recording for private and personal use or for even helping others to get their tunes out there, i have compiled an inexpensive list of the bare necessities that can get you up and running and it'll only cost you under $300!

*Note: These are products I have used and recommend! The price I just gave is taking into consideration you already own a computer and some recording software as well.


Focusrite Scarlett Solo Studio Pack 2nd Gen & Recording Bundle w/ Pro Tools, Includes, Universal Pop Filter Microphone Wind Screen,10 Premier Series XLR Male-XLR Female 16AWG Cable&Microphone Stand
Under $250 for this one



PreSonus AudioBox Studio with Headphones, Microphone, Mic Cable, USB Cable, and StudioOne Artist Software (Download)
 


Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2nd Gen 2 USB 2.0 Audio Interface - Bundle With MXL 550/551R Condenser Mic Kit Red, 2x 20' 8mm XLR Mic Cable, 2x 15ft 3-Pin XLR to TRS Cable, Mic Stand, Mini Boom Stand
                    A little more but the two mics are great for singer songwriters that want to record acoustic guitar. This one comes in at under $275