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  • The 5 Key Home Studio Components: Dont Let Budget Hold You Back - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren discusses the 5 things you will need to start your own home studio setup on a budget.

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  • The 5 Key Home Studio Components - TheRecordingRevolution.com

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  • Home Music Studio Equipment - Essentials for Beginners

    14:06

    Home Music Studio Equipment - Essentials for Beginners

    UPDATE ✨
    Hey Friends- This video is a couple years old at this point. I'm working on an updated 2.0 version, but in the mean time I've updated the product links with some additional gear options for you to consider.

    Looking back on the years I spent buying and trying different pieces of recording equipment, I can easily identify the pieces that were integral in helping me record better sounding music at home. I literally get messages every week from aspiring musicians/producers/songwriters looking to start creating better music at home. This is a brief overview of the equipment essentials I think every home studio needs. Within each category, I will breakdown some of my favorite specific pieces and also touch on the equipment that I use. All equipment links are listed below.



    --------AUDIO INTERFACES ———

    Focusrite Scarlett Solo ($109)-
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Komplete Audio 1 ($109)-
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Komplete Audio 2 ($139)-
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Apogee Duet
    (Amazon)

    Apollo Twin
    (Amazon)

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    --------CONDENSER MICS ———

    Samson C01 ($70)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    MXL 440 Mic ($80)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    MXL 990 ($100)
    (Amazon)
    (Amazon)

    Bluebird
    (Amazon)

    Neumann TLM 102
    (Amazon)

    Audio-Technica AT4050
    (Amazon)


    --------DYNAMIC MICS ———
    (most of these are not mentioned, but I use all of these and recommend checking them out)

    SHURE SM7B
    (Amazon)

    SHURE SM57
    (Amazon)

    SHURE SM58
    (Amazon)

    TELEFUNKEN M80
    (Amazon)

    Blue Encore 200 (my Live vocal mic of choice)
    (Amazon)


    --------MIDI Keyboards ———

    For more info on Midi Keyboards:


    Arturia Micro Lab- ($80)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Arturia Mini Lab MKII- ($109)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Novation Launch Key Mini- ($109)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Akai MPK Mini- ($109)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    Komplete Kontrol m32- ($130)
    (US) (Amazon)
    (International) (Amazon)

    M-Audio Code 25
    (Amazon)

    M-Audio Axiom 49
    (Amazon)

    Akai LPK 25
    (Amazon)

    Akai MPK Mini
    (Amazon)

    Akai MPK261
    (Amazon)

    Alesis VI49
    (Amazon)

    Nektar LX
    (Amazon)

    M-Audio Keystation 49 (Amazon)



    --------MONITORS & HEADPHONES ———

    PreSonus Eris E5
    (Amazon)

    KRK Rokit 8
    (Amazon)

    Yamaha HS7
    (Amazon)

    Yamaha HS8
    (Amazon)

    Mackie CR3
    (Amazon)

    M-Audio AV32
    (Amazon)

    Studio Headphones —

    Audio Technica ath-m50x
    (Amazon)

    AKG K240 Studio
    (Amazon)



    --------RESOURCES ———

    How To Choose a DAW


    More Info on Mics


    My Favorite MIDI Keyboards




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  • Recording Your Band In A Home Studio - TheRecordingRevolution.com

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    Recording a band in a home studio is challenging for two main reasons: lack of space and lack of gear.

    Today I'm going to walk you through the best method I know to use your humble home studio setup to capture your entire band's performance and have it still sound tight.

  • What equipment do I need to setup a budget home studio?

    23:12

    In this video we checkout a complete bundle of equipment required to setup a good quality but budget-priced home-studio with your windows or mac computer. All products & prices correct for April 2017.

    All Products in the bundle sourced at - All products have full 3 year warranty.

    To buy this bundle, click each product link below, add to the shopping cart, then purchase (be sure to purchase TWO sssnake IPP1030 leads to connect both speakers).

    Presonus AudioBox iOne:
    Alesis Elevate 5 speakers: MKII
    the t.bone SC 450:
    Millenium MS-2001 Mic stand:
    the sssnake SM6BK Mic cable:
    AKG K-52 headphones:
    Alesis Q25 controller keyboard:
    the sssnake IPP1030 (x 2 leads to connect each speaker to the Presonus usb audio interface):

    Checkout the client's songs recorded so far with this bundle (she is a complete beginner)

    Hope all this is useful for people.

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  • Guitar Production Tips With Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    ➡️➡️A huge part of what we do as Producers is inspire the musicians we work with, getting them to think outside of the box. In this video I want to touch upon on some different ways to create interest in your Guitar Productions. Voicing chords differently can be very useful, however coming up with arpeggios or syncopated single lines will add a lot more interest to the Production.

    In this video I do a single line syncopated part with a delay, panned stereo, add an octave to create a counter rhythm to block Rock guitar chords. Then I add a Jonny Greenwood inspired part for energy which I also add an Octave down.

    Modern Rock uses a lot Programming bringing in elements from EDM tracks, this adds a huge amount of interest to the track! Let’s challenge ourselves to bring our Guitar Production level up to add that extra level of excitement and interest!


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  • How Do I Make Money In Music? - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    The music industry has changed drastically. If you want to make money in music as an artist, producer, composer or songwriter, you have to adapt. Learn about the best ways to make money in music today!
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    The question I get asked more than any other question is: ‘How Do I Make Money in the Music Industry?’

    Whether you are a Band or an Artist or working behind the scenes as a Producer, Engineer, Mixer or Songwriter, the music industry has changed dramatically over the last 15 years.

    Back in the 90s and early 2000s, the main way of generating income was selling records. And the best way to sell records was to land a Major Label Deal. Bands and artists honed their songs, sound and look to garner the interest of a major Label A&R.
    Once you landed a deal, labels cut huge advance checks for you to produce your album and music videos, along with providing a big budget to promote your music.

    With the digital age, sales record sales have dropped dramatically and are no longer the main way to generate income in music, which caused a drastic change in the music industry.

    How has the music industry changed and how can we adapt to these changes to to continue to make money in music?

    That's what I'm discussing in today's video. It's is a comprehensive collection of the best ways to make money in music, whether you are a producer, artist, mixer or songwriter.

    Have a marvellous time making music! Push the boundaries, think outside of the box and make use of all of the opportunities we are given.

    Many Thanks,

    Warren


    Discussed in this video:

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  • Can you make music with a $30 Mic? Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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  • Bedroom Home Studio Setup & Ideas from My Layout

    18:54

    You may have seen my previous home studio walk through when it was in my living room. Now, I had the idea to try a new studio layout in a small bedroom. There are some challenges to overcome with acoustics, but the small room size lends itself to accomplishing a simple design with a very productive workflow when producing music.

    In this video, I discuss my setup and provide tips, ideas, and considerations for anyone thinking about designing their own small bedroom home studio. If you have any questions, please comment below!

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  • Studio Monitor Review Pt. 2: Mid-Priced - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro.

    47:00

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    Hey friends,
    as promised, here is our second part of the studio monitor review with Vintage King. This time, we're comparing mid-prices studio monitors ranging from $1500 - $5000 a pair. We reviewed the following speakers:

    1. Adam aX7 ($1500):
    2. Focal CMS65 ($1600):
    3. Focal Solo 6 ($2700):
    4. Oceanway Pro 2A ($3500):
    5. PMC twotwo.6 (Save $500: $4500 for a limited time):

    I hope you enjoy the review and it helps you to pick a great set of speakers for your home studio!

    Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren



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  • Mixing on headphones - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    12:44

    ➡️➡️Practice your mixing skills on a professionally recorded session and use this song on your resume to attract new clients. Download the free multitracks here:

    I know a handful of people that mix on headphones. I have varying degrees of thoughts on that. I get it, some of us are in bedrooms, our parents house, married with kids (not wanting to wake them up at 3AM!) But if you can, try to at least use headphones and small speakers- take frequent breaks, do car tests, and all of the other things that you can do to give yourself a lot of variety of listening experiences.

    The thing with headphones that we have to remember is that they’re very fatiguing when you have them strapped to your head. You’ve GOT TO watch the volume. The work that I’m familiar with that has been mixed only entirely on headphones, most of the time.. not all of the time, tends to have a lack of depth. It tends to get very very upfront, really loud, and that happens to me all the time. There seems to be a spacial disconnect.

    Mixing on headphones (FAQ Friday)
    We have a lot of great questions this week including:
    • Do you have a service where we can pay for you to critique our mix/production? (of our personal work)
    • What if I don’t have any studios monitors yet….. would you advise me to mix on headphones??
    • Should the drum room be dampened or a wood floor?
    • What is the workflow for broadcasting live on Youtube?
    • Is your gear (or most of it) turned on all day so that it’s ready to go?

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  • Chris Seefried: Studio Tour & Interview - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren visits Chris Seefried at his studio New Gnome. They discuss studios, writing, and all things music as well as getting a rundown of Chris' gear, keyboards, and guitars!

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  • Ultimate affordable home recording package - PreSonus AudioBox iTwo Studio With Studio One

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    Ultimate affordable home recording package - PreSonus AudioBox iTwo Studio With Studio One

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    I love making videos about guitar tuition, demonstration, reviews, and studio things like coffee/pizza and Diablo.

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  • Big Guitars Production Trick - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    11:19

    This is a trick I learned from Mr. Dave Jerden and his old engineer, Mr. Bryan Carlstrom.
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    This is a trick that they would do to build a big guitar sound. All you need is 1 amp, a guitar, a bass, and a wah pedal. Not only will you find this trick fun, but it will also give you a big meaty guitar sound!

    We’re going to look at a simple 4 chord sequence- all we’ve got is a bass line and some drums - we’re going to build some heavy rhythms to go overtop of it.

    ????????For those of you who want to know about big rock guitars, and how to make them sound massive, get these two courses here:
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  • Recording Electric Guitar - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    17:44

    Learn how to shape the tone of your electric guitar by using different microphones and miking techniques.
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    Thank you so much for all of the positive feedback on Tuesday’s Rock Production video! Some of you have asked me to do more Rock production and recording tutorials. Well... ask and you shall receive! ;-)

    We’re back with our Recording Connection apprentice Alex, and this time we’re digging deeper into recording electric guitars.

    Heavy guitars are extremely full sounds, covering almost the entire frequency spectrum. So the frequency response of the microphones your choose and how you place them can greatly help to shape your sound.

    In this tutorial, we’re shooting out three different kinds of microphones: Ribbons, Condensers and a good old SM57, as well as combinations of all of them to see how the affect our sound. You’ll also learn a special miking technique you can use to add more fullness to your guitars and I’m sharing one of my favorite amp and cabinet combos I’ve recently discovered!

    I hope you enjoy this tutorial. Have a marvellous time recording and mixing,

    Warren



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  • Audio Interface Vs Mixer With USB Interface

    10:40

    In this video show the difference between and audio interface vs mixer with a usb interface.
    ➡️Scarlet 2i2: ➡️Zoom L-12: ➡️Behringer 1202 USB:

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    1️⃣ Focusrite Scarlett 2i2:

    2️⃣ Zoom L-12:

    3️⃣ Behringer Q1202:

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    ➤Fender Squier Telecaster Affinity Series:
    ➤Zoom LiveTrak L-12:
    ➤Art Studio V3 Tube Pre Amp:

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  • 5 MUST Have Home Studio Accessories

    11:14

    Top 5 studio accessories for your home studio. When building a home studio we often forget about the little things, the accessories; the things that make our home studio work. Links below.

    In this video I detail some of what I consider to be the most important home studio accessories based on my own personal experience building my home studio. Of course there's many home studio accessories that I could have added to this list.

    SAMPLES

    ► Where I Get My Samples:

    MY PACKS & TEMPLATES

    ► Chord Progressions:
    ► Logic Trap Drums Template:
    ► Logic Trap Drums Kit:

    GEAR

    ► Rode NT-1 (Condenser Microphone):
    ► Beyer Dynamic 770 Pro (Studio Headphones):
    ► Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (2 Channel Audio Interface):
    ► Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 (6 Channel Audio Interface):
    ► Komplete Kontrol M32 (32-Key MIDI Controller):
    ► Komplete Kontrol S49 MK2 (40-Key MIDI Controller):
    ► Maschine Mikro MK3:
    ► Maschine MK3:
    ► Mackie MR5s (Studio Monitors):

    PLUGINS

    ► Komplete 12:
    ► Waves Gold:
    ► Ozone 8:
    ► Beatformer:

    ACCESSORIES

    ► External SSD Hard Drive:
    ► Keyboard Stand:
    ► Keyboard Stand Second Tier:
    ► Headphone Desk Holder:
    ► Monitor Stand (Screen):

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  • Sunset Sound Studio Tour - Van Halen Recording Setup - Warren Huart: Produce Like a Pro

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    Intro 0:00
    Studio Tour 0:58
    Tracking Sheet 2:46
    Microphone Setup 3:13
    Meeting the Students 9:17
    Echo chamber 19:02
    Mixing Discussion 20:13
    Headphone Mixing 21:25
    Wrap Up 23:37
    Atomic Punk 28:58

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    Special thanks to the students!
    Vocals: Sophie Martin
    Backup Vocals: Dylan Dusablon
    Guitar Lead: Julia Lane
    Guitar Rhythm: Julia Lane
    Bass: Ryan Poppenhagen
    Drums: Thomas Lowrey

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  • Keyboardist, Jazz Composer Jeff Lorber: Interview & Studio Tour - Produce Like A Pro

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    In this episode, we have the pleasure of talking to Jeff Lorber at his studio JHL Sound. Jeff is a phenomenal piano player and jazz composer, who studied under the same teacher as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett.

    In addition to his extensive solo career counting over a dozen albums, he has also done session work with major producers and artists such as Clive Davis, Richard Perry, The System, Herb Alpert, Dave Koz, Eric Benét, and Laura Branigan.

    Jeff tells us how he first got started in music, and how he got his big breakthrough in the music industry. He takes us through his studio, shows us his Georg Martin-modified SSL console and his beautiful collection of vintage keyboards and synthesizers.

    You'll hear him jam on Wurlitzers, Rhodes, Grand Piano and multiple synths. I hope you enjoy this interview!

    Warren

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  • How to Record Acoustic Guitar - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    How to record acoustic guitar on a budget. Warren Huart discusses importance of guitar choice, mic choice, and his personal favorite microphone position for recording acoustic guitar.

    Produce Like A Pro is a website which features great tips to help the beginning recordist make incredible sounding home recordings on a budget.

  • Jack Douglas Interview - The Importance of Mentoring - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren sits down with legendary producer Jack Douglas and discusses the importance of not taking yourself too seriously, the great producers, and doing what you love.

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  • Melodyne 4 Vocal Editing and Harmony Creation - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    44:37

    On this video Carlo shows us advanced vocal editing techniques and how to create harmonies using Melodyne.

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  • Engineering for Aerosmith & Van Halen! - Mike Plotnikoff

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    Mike Plotnikoff is a producer and mixer who started his career at the world-famous Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver. From the late ’70s to the early ’90s, Little Mountain was a hub for huge rock bands like Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, AC/DC, and Whitesnake.

    Mike assisted on records for both Aerosmith and AC/DC, and even Cher. He also got to work alongside some of the most talented producers and engineers in the industry, like Bob Rock, Mutt Lange, Chris Thomas, Mike Fraser, Randy Staub, Bob Clearmountian, Tom Lorde, Chris Lord-Alge, and Bruce Fairbairn.

    Mike got a huge break midway through recording Aerosmith’s Get a Grip record when he was promoted to head engineer for the remainder of the project. After that, he spent the next 8 years then as Bruce Fairbairn’s main engineer, recording and mixing records for some of the biggest artists in rock, including Van Halen, Aerosmith, The Cranberries, INXS, Kiss, Yes, Bryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan, Theory of a Deadman, and Three Days Grace.

    After Fairbairn passed away in 2001, Mike relocated to LA and teamed up with producer Howard Benson. Together they went on to record and mix some of the biggest rock/metal albums of the 2000s, including those by Flyleaf, Daughtry, Papa Roach, Three Days Grace, Hoobastank, Buckcherry, Halestorm, Like A Storm, and Kelly Clarkson.

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  • Choosing the Best External Hard Drive for Your Home Studio

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  • Home Mastering Tips - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Warren discusses the importance of mastering and shows some tips for a quick DIY master

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  • Buying New Monitors: A Beginners Guide

    9:17

    In this clip, I explain a few rules of thumb for when picking up your first set of studio monitors.

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  • Mixing Live Recordings - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    25:05

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    Warren discusses his techniques when mixing live recordings.He offers some tips for helping to isolate instruments, discusses the importance of treating it differently than a studio recording, and the use of room mics.


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  • Mixing Bass with Multiband Compression - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    14:40

    Mixing bass guitar with Multiband Compression: Get a consistent and powerful low-end.
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    Warren opens up two different sessions and shows how he mixes the bass guitar.

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  • How To Set Up A Home Studio: Part II

    5:29

    Spitfire Audio composer Oliver Patrice Weder shows you how he set up his home studio in Amsterdam, in the second part of his Studio Build series.

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  • How to Record - Lesson 6: Microphone Placement Basics - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    In Lesson 6 of the How to Record series, Warren discusses some microphone placement basics. He demonstrates various miking techniques on electric guitar, acoustic, guitar, and piano.

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  • 12 Home Studio Necessities #3 - Audio Interface

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  • 4 Production & Recording Books You Need To Read | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    For those of you new to the channel, FAQ Friday is our weekly roundup of YOUR questions! Every week I get a ton of great questions and this week is no exception.

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    Modern Recording Techniques - David Miles Huber


    Here There and Everywhere - Recording the Music of the Beatles - Geoff Emerick


    Confessions of a Serial Songwriter - Shelly Peiken


    The Studio Builder's Handbook - Bobby Owsinski


    My Personal Favorite Book is:
    Making Records: The Scenes Behind the Music - Phil Ramone



    I go into more depth in the video above! I also answer the following questions:
    • How would you recommend cleaning monitors, just a wipe or compressed air? These straightforward tips are great man
    • Do you usually print the OH/Room with the sample, or maybe print it to a different track/not print at all?
    • What’s your favorite song off night at the opera? mine has to be death on two legs so raw
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    My home recording studio rig. I also go over some of my guitars. Enjoy
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    How to Build a Home Recording Studio for beginners.

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    • A used Mac Desktop sold by Apple -
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    With the Internet (and despite all it’s goodness) comes a host of bad advice from sometimes well meaning people. There are these myths that float around relating to home recording and making music in the home studio.

    And while there are many home studio myths out on the interwebs, there are four in particular that I just can’t stand.

    My goal here every week is to actually help you get results in your home studio, so sometimes in order to that I need to correct bad advice and flawed thinking.

    Let’s dive in!

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  • Best budget home studio gear under $20

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    Best budget home studio gear under $20

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    00:00 - Introduction
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    16:48 - Desktop Mic Stand
    19:39 - Lightning to USB 3 Adapter -
    21:40 - KLIQ Tuner -
    24:42 - USB Hub/Sound Card -
    28:21 - Nomad Tool -
    32:47 - Guitar Interface -
    37:03 - Velcro!! -
    40:53 - KLIQ Pedal Tuner -
    42:13 - Buying a mixer -
    44:58 - Headphones
    46:56 - Best free apps for iOS -
    48:40 - Pete's new song -


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    In this video, I take a look at some of the essential gear that might not be as shiny and glamorous as audio interfaces and microphones, but is essential to your mobile or home studio setup.

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    Building A Home Studio. A guideline for what you may need for your studio. A tour of the pre-production side of my home studio and an explanation of the different components.

  • 3 Tips for Success in the Recording Industry - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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  • Managing Ear Fatigue | FAQ Friday - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Our featured question of the week is: When working with music full time, how do you manage ear fatigue?

    That’s a very interesting question.

    The way I manage it is by avoiding it at all costs. I’ve been doing streams inside of the academy where we listen to mixes, critique them and talk about the live with the community. It’s been really wonderful! The thing that works really well with that is that we can share information and talk in real time! My point is that I’m on there for two hours with headphones on so I have to turn the volume down and listen at lower levels and then crank it if necessary.

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    • When working with music full time, how do you manage ear fatigue? 3:29
    • Is it a good idea to use master bus volume automation to control how hard the signal hits the compressor? 6:09
    • In this new digital era with everyone listening to their music by streaming on computer speakers, earbuds, cell phones speakers how do we mix and master our music? Does the listener expect our songs to sound good on these devices? What point of reference do we go by to get the right compromising mix? 8:54
    • Are all people in the academy doing this (semi) professional? Or are there, just like me, people with 40+ hour (unrelated to music) jobs that do this as a hobby and try to get this hobby to the next level (and maybe earn a few bucks with it in the end)? 13:32

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