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Home recording studio equipment is an assembly of high technology recording units consisting of a Digital audio workstation with the required plug ins and suitable microphones, Pre amplifiers along with sub bass units and loudspeakers, all these attached to your computer at home along with the necessary software. In short you can create an entire full high quality CD or DVD at your home with the help of this Recording Equipment. Small Home Recording Studio Equipment When you talk about a perfect home recording studio equipment, the easiest way to go is to just buy a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) and attach it to your computer plus a monitor and microphone, with necessary cabling and the software. That's it; your mini home studio is ready and all set to go. Full-fledged Home Recording Studio Equipment: When you think of a full-fledged system, not just a mini home studio setup, the basic thing you have to know is that technology available as new and latest today is getting almost outdated in a month. So don't think, "I must have the latest technology equipment all the time". The important factor is you have to see whether the equipment you select fulfills your needs. You need not worry about the latest arrivals in the market. With a good home recording studio equipment, you can record, edit, mix and use your software to auto tune and use samplers (today's technology even allows you to use a virtual instrument). Next comes the interface for your recording, you can select either a PCI or a USB audio interface. Other interfaces available are the PCMCIA for your laptops, mLan and Firewire. The software comes next. The software As I discussed earlier you can buy software that fulfills all your recording requirements, you should look into Sequencers for Digital Audio and MIDI, Audio Effects Software, DJ Software, Notation Software, Software Synthesizers and Samplers, Interactive Composing Software etc. I have mentioned only a few, you have more than 300 software packages available. Other than the above mentioned, you will need microphones, cables, speaker sets and monitors. Microphones, Pre amplifiers and cables are available easily. You have to be specific in buying the monitor and the speaker systems according to your convenience and the budget available. Because a wide range of self powered speakers, active and passive subwoofers are available in and you can make your own decision on what you want to do the job. Assembling all this together can make a perfect home recording. Available brands of Home recording studio equipments: When you talk about good brands it all depends on the technology and the pricing. Starting from a few hundred dollars you can even spend thousands of dollars to setup your own home recording studio. The brands available are plenty. Aphex 661, Cranesong Trakker, dbx 160S, Digitech Studio 400, Drawmer Front End One MX60, E.A.R./Yoshino 660, Eventide DSP 4500, Fat Man 'Fat One' by TL Audio, Helios EQ1 Lunchbox, Joemeek MeekBox VC6, VC2 & SC4 DAD and C2 Compressors, LA Audio Classic Compressor & the LA Audio Millennium Series, Lexicon MPX1 and Lexicon PCM90, Mackie 1604-VLZ 16 Channel Microphone/Line Mixer, Manley Massive Passive Stereo Tube EQ, Purple Audio MC76 limiter, SPL Qure and SPL Tube Vitalizer, Symetrix 628 Digital Voice Processor, TC Wizard/M2000, TC Electronic FireworX, Thermionic Culture Phoenix, TL Audio VTC valve mixing desk, Universal Audio 1176LN etc. I have just mentioned a few brands here, but you can also browse online and purchase what you want. Get out there and start making some sounds. Ed Byrd is a Home Recording enthusiast and musician. You can get his famous FREE Home Studio Guide and much more on his website. Click on this link to get the free guide http://www.HomeRecordingCenter.com.
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