So you want to start a home recording studio. That’s awesome! You’re going to need some gear, and we know which pieces of equipment work well in a professional setting. However, this is not always necessary and will end up costing you a ton of money! It can be hard to find the best quality without selling a kidney, but we’ve got your back!
So you’re a musician and you want to record your own music, but it’s hard to figure out what gear you need, especially if you’re on a budget.
The good news is that there’s a lot of great recording gear out there, and it’s all pretty affordable. However, the bad news is that most people don’t know how to shop around or where to find the best deals in their price range. This makes buying recording equipment harder than it needs to be. There are so many options available that it can be overwhelming trying to decide which equipment is best for your needs. If only we had an expert who could tell us exactly what gear we needed at each price point…
That’s why I created Home Studio Equipment. Based on my own experiences as a musician who has been through this process before (and made plenty of mistakes along the way). I’ve organized my recommendations by price point so you can make sure you get exactly what you need without overspending!
I think this tool is the resource aspiring musicians didn’t know they needed! The site features detailed reviews of recording equipment, ranging from microphones and monitors up through DAWs and MIDI controllers. All the equipment are curated by me and whatever experience I have garnered under my belt over the years.
There are also some great guide covering everything from setting up your equipment or answering commonly asked questions about them. No matter where you are on your musical journey – whether you’re just starting out or already knee deep – there’s something there for everyone!
You don’t need a lot of equipment to make some great sounding recordings at home. And at Home Studio Equipment, I’ve provided five essential pieces you’ll want in your studio setup and how they work with each other, for various budget points. A microphone, an audio interface, studio monitors, headphones and possibly a MIDI keyboard (and/or an instrument of your choice).
With these essentials, you can easily record your music at home!