Build Budget Music Studio
Building a budget music studio is not at all easy. In theory, you want to have the best studio equipment to make your beats and record. However, it's not always possible. Renting a space itself can cost thousands of dollars without any equipment included. With equipment, it's going to cost you from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Nothing crazy if you are Kanye or Jay Z. For an average Joe, it can be a little too pricey. Don't worry anymore because I created a guide on how to build an affordable music studio in your room. Well, you can't expect it to be similar to the one Spinning Records has, but you can definitely produce radio-ready tracks in the comfort of your own house. It's not at all complicated. I did put together a guide to make this process as simple for you as possible. Even though you have to spend some money to make money in the future, it's not nearly as expensive as you would think. As I said before, it's a guide to an affordable music studio. The hardware equipment will all end up costing you under a 1000$. If you expected it to be $100 for all the equipment - I am sorry, but this is the wrong guide for you. If you find the same bang for the buck somewhere else, go ahead, honestly. This is very high-quality material (I had to learn this the hard way - trial and error). The guide is an overview, which links to the categories. In total, there are 7: 1) The best budget computers for beginners 2) The best DAWs for beginners 3) The best studio headphones for beginners 4) The best midi keyboards for beginners 5) the best studio monitors for beginners 6) The best interfaces for beginners 7) The best condenser and dynamic microphones for beginners When I say for beginners, I mean they offer very good quality for a fairly small price. The reason for this is beginners usually don't have a lot of upfront investments. Therefore, they won't care about the little difference in the sound quality if the device will be 3 times the price, you feel me? Therefore, make sure to read carefully and take notes if needed! P.S. Thanks to Blue Buzz Music for the guide!