So, you want to build a home recording studio on a budget.
Whether you’re recording your own music, your friends’ music, or you’re looking to start bringing in some paid clients, there are certain essentials that you’ll need before you can hit record.
For example, you’ll need a computer to record onto and a microphone to record with. That much is obvious but these alone are not quite enough to get your studio up and running…
“But how much is all of this going to cost me?!” I hear you ask…
Sure, audio gear can be expensive, and it’s important not to go
too cheap if you’re aiming to record and produce music long term. However, while certain gear is essential, we don’t need all the gear straight
away to build a home studio on a budget.
I’ve split this into three sections –
In this video, we’re going to go over the essential gear – the minimum I suggest that you need to start your home studio. If you want to record, edit and mix audio, you’ll need this equipment.
Let’s get started!
It’s so easy to build a home studio on a budget these days – there really is no better time to start a home studio than now.
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In this guide I go into more detail on each piece of gear you need to get your studio off to a flying start. A checklist is also included so you can track your progress throughout your journey.
Your recording studio awaits!