Sound Absorption Panels can make a huge difference in room sound. Here’s a way to create your own Sound Panels easily and inexpensively without a lot of skill needed. Estimated cost per panel is around $30 and they are easy to put together. This video shows you how to do it all.
So you don't have the dough to spend on a vocal booth or studio foam to treat your room? It will show in your vocals and other tracks where your using a Mic. Not to worry - you can make it a LOT better without spending money. This little tip is called the "Make a Free...
By request I’ve put together a quick tour of my home studio. The first video you can see how it’s laid out and what I use. The second video I share some ideas around how I came up with the wall decor and share some ideas on how you can make your studio look cool...
Learn how to choose the best possible arrangement for your desk, speakers, and other gear. The “location, location, location” cliché doesn’t just apply to the real estate market. It’s equally (if not more) applicable to the subject of loudspeakers and room acoustics.
There is a science around how to “deaden” or “liven-up” your room, based on what happens to sound as it bounces around your studio. Today it has been made easier to deal with, thanks to companies like Auralex and their acoustic treatments.
One thing that helped me when creating my home music studio was to look at a BUNCH of others to get ideas that I liked. The internet is a great place to do this, so do a Google or Bing image search on “music studios” and see what you can find. Here are a handful of them to get you thinking.
Wanna decorate your studio to look very “cool”, but do it inexpensively. Well let me help you out! First – ask yourself, what do I want my “theme” to be in my studio? Then look around for whatever you have that matches your theme.