How To Build A Home Studio On A Budget | Part 3: If You Can Afford It

So, you want to start a home recording studio on a budget.

If you haven’t seen part 1 and part 2 of this series, I’d highly recommend starting off with those –

Congratulations! You’ve already gotten this far! You’ve got everything you need to get your own music recorded and mixed, or to get some clients in.

Now, where do you go from here? You may have decided to invest a little more into the studio, by now. Or, you may have made some money from your studio and feel that it’s time to re-invest back into the studio.

Either way, let’s take a look at what other gear your studio can benefit from having. The gear that I go over in this video is by no means essential. However, it will expand your recording and mixing capabilities further and help improve your workflow. A low budget will still be the focus.

It’s so easy to start a home recording studio on a budget these days – there really is no better time to start one than now.

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Mentioned In The Video

How To Build A Home Studio On A Budget | Part 1: The Essentials
How To Build A Home Studio On A Budget | Part 2: Good To Have
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