Do you know what the number 1 home recording tool is? You just might be surprised when you find out. I can remember more than 14 years ago desperately wanting to know the answer to that question.
Have you ever wanted direct access to someone who could help you reach your recording project goals? Have you ever wanted to know what equipment would give you the best value for your limited budget?
Have you ever wanted an experienced recording engineer listen and help you with your mix? Have you ever wanted to be part of a growing community of great people who are seeking answers to these same questions?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you need to know what the number 1 home recording tool is. I've posted a new video answering this very question. I also talk about an exciting new aspect of Home Music Studio 1 soon to be launched.
After you watch this short video please add your comments and questions to the section below.
Knowledge is power! Amen. Too bad there isn’t a plugin for my brain to solve that one quickly. ;)
On a different topic, I noticed your room isn’t showing any acoustic panels. I’m just curious, is that by choice or not?
I have a hard time with my mixes sounding good in other rooms, so I believe I need something like an Auralex room kit. But I really don’t want to spend money on that if I don’t have to. (Around $1500 for my room. Ugh!)
Hey Dan, Somehow I missed this comment ;(, didn’t mean to leave you hanging. Ya at the moment I’m living in a rental house. My new setup is in the basement and I’m not completely all configured yet. I’m going to be doing the Auralex Room kit soon but just haven’t gotten that far yet. In the mean time what you see on my walls are thick wool blankets hung about 8 inches off. I’m using these to knock down the bounce from the paneling behind it. The room is not very live so it works for the time being. The blankets don’t really do anything in the way of absorption though. Just had to be creative for the short run. ;) keep in touch.!