Recording Studio Equipment
We have an awesome selection of recording studio equipment and home studio equipment for sale here at Musicandgoodshit.com.
Whether you’re a professional audio engineer, a self-recording musician or just love to experiment at home, our range of studio equipment will have something for you.
We sell recording equipment from leading pro audio brands like Universal Audio, Focusrite, Sure, Rode, Behringer, Yamaha and many more.
We also provide a great choice of cheap studio equipment, ideal for those on a budget, beginners or perhaps students looking to experiment.
Setting up your own home recording studio
Many musicians are excited to learn that with a bit of research, they can easily and conveniently set up their own home recording set-up, enabling them to experiment with their music.
If you’re new to this, the easiest way to get started is to use your PC, Mac, laptop, or even mobile device to record your songs. This can be done pretty easily with a good microphone, audio interface, and studio headphones, for a basic but very effective set-up.
Below are some of the studio essentials you will most likely need.
Your choice of microphone(s) will be one of the most important things you’ll do when creating your own recording studio. Though you may only need one mic at first, or may only be recording one person, it’s always better to have more than one mic in order to capture different sounds at once, choose the right microphone for different situations and simply experiment with your recording.
As a guide, choose at least one dynamic microphone, typically used for live vocals but also great for recording instruments, and one condenser mic, usually used for recording vocals and acoustic guitars.
Another great option is getting a ribbon microphone. These were first designed in the 1920s and are still used today for creating vocal recordings with a bit more definition and character.
If you’re just doing simple computer recordings at home, an USB microphone can also be a good, affordable choice.
An audio interface is a must-have tool for any DAW-based setup, translating the signal from your mic to your computer.
Studio headphones are important to monitor the sound and know exactly how everything is sounding!
The main brands you will probably come across include Beyerdynamic, Sennheiser, Rode, Shure, AKG and Audio-Technica.
Studio Monitors & Mixing Desks
After you’ve got all of your studio equipment, you can then think about other important things that will help you to create a successful recording environment.
A good pair of studio monitors will help you to make better mixes than if you just use headphones, enabling you to hear every part of the mix with clarity.
A mixing desk, meanwhile, will allow you to plug in multiple instruments, equalise the audio and have greater control of all the sounds going through to your interface.
If yours is a professional recording studio, then the chances are you’ll need acoustic treatment. Great acoustics is essential for any studio, including home or DIY studios.
We offer a wide range of acoustic panels, bass traps, amp enclosures and more to help your studio get the resonance you want.
With the majority of studios today being digital, music software is an absolute must. The right music software will enable you to organise, mix, master and treat your recordings in an endless variety of ways to get the sound you want.
Check out all the bess recording studio equipment available online today at Musicandgoodshit.com.