There are actually a number of different ways to go about recording your first song. You could record on your own. You could collaborate with a friend with some technical savvy. You could book some time with a professional studio engineer. Is there a right and a wrong? Not really. It just depends on the […]
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Hi, my name is Chad Grooms. I’ve been a part of the midwest music industry for over 18 years. Recently I began a music production web show called Jamnatomy, which you can check out at my website: http://www.chadgrooms.com/jamnatomy. But enough about me, let’s get started. Question: Can you really create pro-level recordings at home, and […]
Hi guys, Sean here (not Shaun Letang). Recently I went through the process of building a semi professional recoding studio and learned a lot along the way. I thought I’d share with you some of the lessons I learnt. Most things went well, but there are a few things I’d do different next time. It’s […]
Hey guys, today I’m going to look at whether you should use a home recording studio or a professional studio when it comes to recording your songs. ‘Recording songs’ can come in many different forms though, so specifically I’ll be looking at which you should use in each of these situations: When recording vocals of […]
If you’re planning on setting up a studio where people are going to be recording vocals, it’s important that you fit in a proper vocal booth. While it’s possible to record vocals without a booth, the results you get will be no where near the level they would be if you got one made professionally. […]