The movie ‘Field of Dreams’ has etched this quote in all of our hearts forever, “If you build it, they will come” but does it work for the recording studio business. Not usually. The recording studio business is very unique. Usual marketing and business practices don’t really work the same. You can’t simply build a studio, register in the yellow pages or on the Internet, post some ads and start getting business. They simply won’t come.
This acoustic scenario was introduced in the book “Home Studio Setup”. This design is based on the ideal setup of the author’s project studio. The studio is based around one large room multi-purposed as a control room and studio. There is an attached isolation booth and machine closet
Learn how to build acoustic treatment that looks kind of like a mailbox. It is absorption and diffusion all wrapped into one little package. Watch and listen as Ben Harris from theDAWstudio.com shows you how they are made from start to finish.
Pro Tools has finally entered the world of non-proprietary audio interfaces. Pro Tools 9 introduces a handful of new features, but the biggest bombshell is that you no longer have to have a Pro Tools (or Digidesign or now Avid) interface. This is great news, but what about all of the baggage that comes with it?
Who are all the companies that make microphones? What about mixing consoles? We have compiled the most comprehensive list on the web of the manufacturers of recording equipment.
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