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President of DWP Music Services
About 10 years ago, when I built my first home studio, I made many unwise
purchase decisions, which cost me thousands of dollars and left me with a room
full of useless gear. My biggest mistake was listening to those commission-based
salespeople at the music store, instead of doing my own research.
After going broke, I had learned my lesson. I swore never
make another studio purchase without first doing some serious investigation.
Exploring the Internet and reading all the popular music recording and
production magazines expanded my knowledge greatly. I sold off all my junk
equipment and started fresh.
I learned that you don’t need to buy a lot of pieces to
produce a professional sound. You only need a few essentials and some
practice to compete with the sound of the commercial studios.
I wrote The Poor Man’s Guide to Home Recording for
those of you who don’t have money to waste when building a home studio.
Before you go out and buy your next piece of studio
gear, read this guide. You will learn how to get the sound of a professional
studio at a fraction of the cost. Not only will you save you thousands of
dollars; it will also save you from hours of frustration in learning the
technicalities of studio equipment.
Here’s a portion of what you’ll learn:
Build a professional vocal booth with items you may
already have around the house.
Where to find FREE audio samples on the Internet.
Choose the best microphone for your studio setup.
What’s better, Mac or PC?
What soundcard should you buy?
Do you really need ProTools to get a professional
Don’t waste more money on the wrong equipment! If someone
had shown me this guide years ago I would have saved thousands of dollars.
I’ve made the mistakes, so you don’t have to.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. Runs on both Mac and PC.
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