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Get Good Chairs And Desks For Your Studio

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

In the same way as if you were to work in an office, your studio will be a place where you will likely spend many hours. It is for that reason that you should not exactly go cheap when it comes to selecting your studio furniture.

You can take my word that a quality chair and a nice, adjustable desk can make a huge difference. If you have quality furniture, those extended recording sessions or working with the latest sequence of software will be much less a hassle as compared to doing all that work on some shabby, uncomfortable chairs.

I always tell my buddies in the recording industry to look into good quality ergonomic chairs and desks. In fact, I am also recommending this to anyone in would spend many hours in front of a computer, recording equipment and of course for your workplace.

It is astonishing what a difference a modern ergonomic chair can make. Working  will go a lot easier and the likelihood for health problems such as back pains will be pretty much eliminated. You will also have less of a chance to experience common problems such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or similar health issues.

If you are thinking about equipping or re-equipping your studio, consider good desk chairs and quality adjustable desks. While it may not always be obvious that those things can make a huge difference just give it a try and see for yourself.

Learning Home Recording Without School

Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

Although there are some fantastic college and university courses out there, you really don’t need to go to school to learn about home recording.

As long as you have a basic grasp of music and audio, you can use various resources online to learn about home recording from the comfort of your own living room.

Here are some suggestions of places to look to help you get started with your home recording studio:


YouTube is obviously a fantastic resource where people post all sorts of video guides. Whether you are looking for tips on specific recording software or the logistics of setting up studio hardware, there are lots of interesting videos to be found!

Premium Tutorial Sites

There are various premium tutorial sites out there that you can use, some are better than others. Although these are out there I would always suggest using free sites first as most of the info you are going to need to learn can be found for free online.

Independent Tutorial Blogs

There are some really fantastic independent tutorial blogs out there which have fantastic content on getting started with home recording. For example you can find a lot of information at A lot of times these bloggers have been through exactly the same process of setting up their own home studio and so their articles make for very helpful reading!

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General Googling!

If you are stuck with something specific, a quick search on Google can go a long way. There are loads of people out there online creating great tutorials and articles for free, so take it in, enjoy it and save the money it costs to study at university to build your very own home studio!

If you have any other good home recording resources, please do let us know so that we can share the info with other readers!

Until next time.