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A 14Mb download free .pdf "Home Studio Handbook" is a available at <http://www.discmakers.com/requ.....book-2.asp>
Looks like a pretty good little primer on setting up a home studio, Steve.
A home studio can be a good option for folks that want to do a lot of recording and can manage the space and gear for it. It can seem a bit extravagant to someone who has never considered it, but compared to buying time in even a small professional studio, it really isn't. Going to a professional studio and getting some experienced personnel with very good gear and a studio that is already well set up to do the recording so the player can focus on just the playing is the much shorter learning curve.
I haven't been sure how many folks here are actually interested in anything beyond maybe getting a mic better than what came free with the computer or on a communications headset from the dollar store. LOL
Not sure how many would be up for building GOBOs or even draping walls to kill the ring in a room.
"This young wine may have a lot of tannins now, but in 5 or 10 years it is going to be spectacular, despite the fact that right now it tastes like crude oil. You know this is how it is supposed to taste at this stage of development." ~ Itzhak Perlman
I've downloaded PDF and will give it a read.
On the same sort of thing.
I have recently bought an 'iRig'. I haven't had much of a chance it play with it yet but I think that it has potential. And under $40
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