Now I’m just speaking from experience when I say that being in the music business is expensive. If you purchase all your studio equipment first, there’s still recording software you need to worry about,
Diving into another very important aspect of putting together the perfect home studio is choosing the right monitors (speakers). The reason why I’m dedicating an entire article on choosing the right studio monitors is
Here’s a DAW that I’ve had my eye on for quite a while since I’ve heard a lot of great things about it. Today we’ll be evaluating and reviewing Presonus Studio One 4 as
Most music listeners value quality in a song, and that includes vocals. The dilemma is that coming up with quality vocals for a song is not always easy on your life… or your wallet.
As I’ve mentioned in the past, the mastering process is usually very similar across all software. The final destination of a song is to have it sounding as commercially professional as the songs recorded
If you’ve ever ran across this music production software called MAGIX and wondered if you’d benefit from its features and quality versus what you’re already using to make music, I’d give this article a
I’ve received a couple comments on a recent post about some people not knowing how to record a guitar on a computer. Since this is the Home Studio Nation community, I am here to