Your Essential Guide to a Budget Studio
There are a lot of different ways to build a home studio and if you've had a studio for a while you may already know what we are talking about. Over a period of time your studio can evolve and grow in many different directions and if you are just getting started with your setup it can be fascinating yet perplexing at the same time! There are a million products out there, all of which claim to be the savior for the studio. So wondering where do you even start? We won’t try to confuse you further by providing a never ending list of gear. Instead, we will let our in-house experts provide you with the guidance and curate a list of essential gear that you really can’t go wrong with when it comes to building your studio. Assuming you already have your basic computer and production/recording software set, let's get started with the audio interface.
- Choose an interface with sufficient inputs and outputs to handle your current and future requirements. The market will be flooded with new products all the time but the basic usage and principle remain the same hence this is one piece of gear which you need not upgrade every now and then.
- Find out which interfaces is known to have good synergy with your DAW software depending on whether you are using a mac or PC.