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How To Record A Song From Scratch - Getting Started -

►► Create radio-worthy songs from your bedroom. Download my FREE Radio Ready Guide and learn my 6 step process → Part 1 of 6 - What does it take to record your latest song idea from scratch in your home studio? Turns out, not much! Today I'm starting a new series where I'll walk you through the entire process of recording a great sounding song from the ground up. In this first video I'll show you what gear and equipment you'll need and then we'll setup our software and record our first track! To get a list of the recording equipment I use in this video and my recommendations to fit every budget, download my Studio Gear Guide completely free:

Music Business - Recording Studio Business - Q&A Video #4

In this video I discuss the music business and how I got started. I also share tips with you on how you can get started in the music business. I am glad to provide answers to the many questions I receive on a weekly basis. If you would like your question answered in an upcoming video please post it on my Facebook page To learn how to record, mix and master music in your home studio visit my website. TONS of FREE training Please subscribe Guitar Player Gear Demos, my Youtube Channel that is dedicated to everything guitar player related Please follow me on my social media websites

How We Built Our New Music Studio

Our Brand New Song 'No Way Out' here: Welcome to another video, in this video Brad and I show you how we built our new studio. This project took 4 weeks from start to finish with the help of my Grandfather. After discussing plans, we set about pouring a concrete base and ordering materials. With the help of my grandfather in the first week, we learned how to measure, cut, assemble all the sections. The longest part of the build were the finishing details like sanding, painting, electrics etc. We did every step ourselves with the exception of signing off on the electrical work which must be done by a certified professional (or you break the law!) The internal electrics were done by ourselves too. We tried to film a lot but we were pushed to get it done is a short time frame. Below is some information about what we used and why. Materials: Walls are timber frames From inside to out : Three layers of paint - Double layer of plasterboard - Vapour membrane - 100 mm Rock wool - 18 mm OSB - Breather membrane - Timber batons - Outer Ship lap cladding with coats of stain The Double layer of plasterboard helps minimise sound transmission. The rock wool is thermal and acoustic insulation. OSB and Timber provide a solid structure and a weather barrier with the breather membrane. The outer cladding traps a bubble of air which is heated by the sun too keep the building warmer and looks beautiful. Roof is similar but was finished with A very heavy duty DPM and then corrugated sheeting called "Coroline" with absorbs the sound of the rain and wind. We sourced all the materials locally and tried to be as eco friendly as possible, due to our diet we have an incredibly low carbon footprint so we always try to minimise damage to the environment. We ended up with one bag of waste and off cuts, most of which will be burned in the fire or recycled. All in all it was great fun and opened out eyes to the world of construction and DIY. We missed building it so much that we built a wood shed the following week using the leftovers. ▶Our Patrons - Craig Taylor Clint Hughes Dewayne Jackson Jack Austin Laurent Paret Kevyn Cooling Jonathan Bjornson Louis Jans Salahadin ▶ Support the channel and get early access to these videos ▶Get in Touch HERE Instagram: @mike.miavono ▶Our Channel Designer - ▶The Kit We Use: These links are the cheapest prices I can find. If you order using them, we will get a small commission :)Thank you DAW (FL Studio 12) USA - UK - Microphone USA - UK - Midi Keyboard USA - UK - Our A Speakers USA - UK - Our B Speakers USA - UK - Audio Interface USA - UK - Best Headphones USA - UK - Headphone Amp USA - UK - Computer Monitor ▶Instagram: @mike.miavono @brad.miavono ▶Mixing/Mastering services - email '' ▶Soundcloud : ▶Spotify :

Home Music Studio Equipment - Essentials for Beginners

Home Music Studio Equipment - Essentials for Beginners Feel free to jump to a desired section using the time links below: COMPUTER: 1:34 DAW: 2:05 INTERFACE: 4:56 MICROPHONES: 6:00 MIC ACCESSORIES: 10:35 MIDI KEYBOARD: 11:20 MONITORS & HEADPHONES: 11:48 Looking back on the years I spent buying and trying different pieces of recording equipment, I can easily identify the pieces that were integral in helping me record better sounding music at home. I literally get messages every week from aspiring musicians/producers/songwriters looking to start creating better music at home. This is a "brief" overview of the equipment essentials I think every home studio needs. Within each category, I will breakdown some of my favorite specific pieces and also touch on the equipment that I use. All equipment links are listed below. Patrick Breen on Social Media: --------RESOURCES ——— How To Choose a DAW More Info on Mics My Favorite MIDI Keyboards --------INTERFACES ——— Apogee Duet Apollo Twin Scarlet Solo (w/ Pro Tools First & Abelton Live Lite) --------CONDENSER MICS ——— Samson C01 MXL 990 (not in video, but recommended as entry level mic) Bluebird Neumann TLM 102 Audio-Technica AT4050 --------DYNAMIC MICS ——— (most of these are not mentioned, but I use all of these and recommend checking them out) SHURE SM7B SHURE SM57 SHURE SM58 TELEFUNKEN M80 Blue Encore 200 (my Live vocal mic of choice) --------MIDI Keyboards ——— My Video: M-Audio Code 25 M-Audio Axiom 49 Akai LPK 25 Akai MPK Mini Akai MPK261 Alesis VI49 Nektar LX M-Audio Keystation 49 --------MONITORS & HEADPHONES ——— KRK Rokit 8 Yamaha HS7 Yamaha HS8 PreSonus Eris E5 Mackie CR3 M-Audio AV32 Studio Headphones — Audio Technica ath-m50x Studio Headphones 2 — AKG K240 Studio --------CAMERA GEAR Used To Shoot This Video ------- Camera — Canon EOS 80D Primary Lens - Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 Art Lens 2nd Lens — Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 3rd Lens - Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM Lens Microphone — Rode VideoMic Pro Lighting — Supon LED DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

How To Start A Record Label In 5 Minutes Plus Tips And Tricks

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Audio Recording Computer= Audeum Computer Systems (803) 748-4590.

External Hard Drive= Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB:

Microphone Preamp/Compressor= Universal Audio LA 610 MKII:

Analog To Digital Converter= RME ADI-2

Studio Playback= PreSonus Central Station Studio Control Center:

MIDI Controler= M-Audio Oxygen 25

Main Studio Recording Mic= Audio-Technica AT4050

Monitor Speakers= Focal Solo 6 Be (pair):

Speaker Pads= Primacoustic RX7

Speaker Stands= Argosy Speaker Stands

Sound Foam= 12 Pack- Burgundy/Charcoal Acoustic Panels Studio Foam Wedges

Studio Desk= Argosy Dual 15

DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

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