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Lunchbox

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Im totally new at this recording thing. But by reading and watching Im trying to build a studio. I dont know that much but I would be thankful if you told me what are the basics things for me to start. I know this is a stupid question but I was investigating and I found this web page with thousands of people that know a lot about the theme and I want to be illustrated ( I know basics so be free to talk with whatever words you need ) THANK YOU SO MUCH :c:
 
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Lunchbox

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And talking about hardware ? ( I already consider the acoustics of the room )
 
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Gidge

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it depends on the instruments you will be recording and the quality results you are looking for (demo quality, pro quality)....is this just a project studio or do you wanna go pro....
 
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Lunchbox

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It just a project studio but with plans to go big ( in my posibilities ) what is the basic hardware that I need in order to start with a decent equipment in order to get good results.
 

Kurt Foster

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Originally posted by Lunchbox Prod.:
And talking about hardware ? ( I already consider the acoustics of the room )
Microphones and accessories, a monitor system, a multitrack recording system of some type, computer based DAW, analog or a stand alone recorder. Mic pres, compressors, eq's for front end. Stand alone 2 track CD recorder.
 
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