URGENT Budget Basement Studio

Discussion in 'Acoustics (Live Room, ISO Booths)' started by Twan, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. Twan

    Twan Guest

    I've Ben Recording Music For about 3 Years On Cool Edit PRo With my computer, Getting More Serious With it and Want to Build a Studio For myself In House.. Is a 3 thousand Dollar Budget Enough to Build a Decent Studio With Good Quality? .. And If So Could Sum1 Please Take the Time to List Hardware/Equitment Needed..Is a Computer a Must For The Studio ?.. Any inofrmation would Be Aprreciated.. Twan
  2. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    Jul 25, 2004
    do you want someone to clean your *ss?
    gee man... do a little search! be more specific about goals and mostly don't expect miracles with that budget...
  3. vinniesrs

    vinniesrs Active Member

    May 12, 2003
    YOu may very well be able to produce some good results with the budget you have, but it will take a combination of patience and knowledge to achieve what you want. I'm sure we could help you find the right gear but the place to start off first would be a gear list. What do you have?
  4. radioliver

    radioliver Guest

    if you want to get good results on a budget, buy:
    -P4 computer with lots of RAM
    -Aardvark Q10 soundcard with 8 pre's
    -Sonar 3
    350$ now??
    -2 studio projects b1 mics
    -pair of studio projects C4
    -Shure beta 52
    -2 Shure SM57

    That's about 3000$ and if you play with this stuff a lot and recording is really a passion for you, you will get more than decent results with this. But we don't know if your room sounds good, if you've got good instruments, etc. Give us more info.
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