Production and Recording: Getting Started
Having your own music recording studio allows you to experiment with current music technology, recording tools and techniques beyond the confines of the classroom.
With a very small investment, less than $500, the right gear can go a long way to producing professional results at a fraction of the cost.
Setting up a music recording studio doesn't have to break the bank, but it has to be good, and it has to be functional:
In order to fully develop your arsenal of musical tools and advance your career in music production, we've compiled a comprehensive recording studio equipment list - the must-haves to buy for your studio. All items outlined below are integral to your success in creating great music.
Whether you are an experienced music producer, you’re someone who is just starting out, or maybe you just have a fleeting interest in the hobby and you want to see how far you can take it, you will need the right equipment to be able to do the job in the first place.
You’re not going to get very far at all if you don’t understand the equipment you need, and because everything is done with technology these days, that means you’re going to need the best laptop for music production, to help you take your new hobby, or perhaps your job, as far as you possibly can.
There are many considerations you need to take into consideration when looking for equipment, but you should firstly look at your budget. It’s no good going over the top, especially if you are just starting out; if you are more on the professional side however, you should have a higher budget, since this is an integral part of your kit, and therefore for your job too.