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Secrets to Building a Home Recording Studio: The Complete Guide

Secrets to Building a Home Recording Studio: The Complete Guide

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Secrets to Building a Home Recording Studio: The Complete Guide

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Apr 6, 2019


Do you want to build a perfect home recording studio? Are you a beginner musician and are feeling overwhelmed or don't know where to start? Or perhaps you'd like to know how to start your own home studio but are limited on space? If you want to build the perfect home recording studio then keep reading.

This guide covers everything from choosing the perfect location and equipment to mixing and masting your recordings with common digital audio workstation plugins and functionalities. We'll even touch on the more technical side so you can achieve pro-sounding recordings!

This complete guide covers:

  • How to choose the perfect location for your home recording studio
  • How to acoustically treat your room to get great-sounding recordings
  • The List of the equipment you will need and how to set them up
  • How to choose your digital audio workstation
  • The technical side of recording: using EQ, compression and audio effects such as harmonic layering and panning
  • and much more...

Let's help you build your own studio so you can start setting up your own how music studio and producing your own high-quality recordings in no time!

Apr 6, 2019

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Tables of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

Common Questions

Specialist Terms

Chapter 2: Preparing the Studio

Choosing the Right Location

Eliminate all Background Noise

Acoustic Treatment

Materials for Acoustic Treatment

Placement of Your Equipment

Chapter 3: Home Recording Equipment Essentials List

Choosing Your Computer

Choosing Your Operating System

Choosing Your Digital Audio Workstation

Choosing Your Microphone

Choosing Your Audio Interface

Choosing Your Studio Monitors

Choosing Your Headphones

Chapter 4: Music Creation Software

Free Digital Audio Workstations

The DAWS You Should Use

Chapter 5: Audio Effects and Mixing Your Audio

Common Audio Effects: EQ, Compression, Reverb

Audio Techniques: Panning and Harmonic Layering


Dry and Wet Signals 

Top 10 Home Recording Tips

Chapter 5: Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Top 10 Home Recording Tips


When I first started learning about recording music, I was overwhelmed by the amount of information out there. I didn’t know where to start or what to learn first. I have put together this guide to help anyone who was in the same position as myself.

This guide will fast track your road to success and will help you set up your home recording studio. This guide will be helpful to anybody who’s looking to start recording professional audio, whether it’s recording songs or voice-overs.

Building a recording studio at home can be a daunting task. There is so much equipment and specialist terms that a new person to the industry might not understand.

In this section, we will go through the most common questions and specialist terms to get you up to speed with the basic information you should know.

How much space does a home recording studio take up?

The space a studio takes up will vary depending on how much equipment you have. Surprisingly, it isn’t uncommon for home studios to fit in the corner of a bedroom or a spare room. When I first started my recording journey, I would record in my bedroom and was able to achieve great sounding recordings.

How Much Does a Home Recording Studio Cost?

A recording studio costs can vary dramatically depending on the equipment you choose. There can also be other overhead costs such as sound treatment. Typically, a basic home recording studio will cost under $800. If you already have a computer, then all you’d need to start recording vocals is a microphone. An audio interface may also be needed depending on the type of microphone you’re using. More on this in chapter 3.

What is an Audio Interface?

An audio interface is a hardware device that connects your XLR microphone or instrument to a computer. Its job is to convert the analog signal to a digital signal so that the computer can recognize it.

What is a digital audio interface or daw?

A digital audio interface or daw is the music creation software that your computer runs to record music.

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