It's a common question: How do you set up a home recording studio?
But perhaps that's actually the wrong question. Maybe we should, instead, be asking "how can I get the very best out of my home recording space?"
I don't say this because I don't like studios - don't worry, studios can stay! I say this more because the word 'studio' can come with so much baggage to do with having the perfect equipment that costs lots of money and is going to be a nightmare to get working. Unsurprisingly, for many recording newbies, this can compound deep seated feelings of fear and overwhelm with music tech in general.
If that sounds familiar, this could have already been a massive barrier to you even getting started with home recording and, unfortunately, has likely meant it's been harder to get your music out into the world.
The results? Your music stays hidden and you're still miles away from becoming the fully-fledged DIY woman in music you know you could be 💪
But, if you're still reading this, I have a feeling you're not going to let that happen to you and your music.
And, to help you get started recording at home, I'm walking you through my very own 'Home Recording Studio'. Inside my video tour, I'm sharing alllll the ways I've prepared and kitted out my recording space and I leave no stone unturned. I promised, you'll have lots of new, affordable ways to get the best out of your acoustics and start recording your music at home.
And if you want even more tips and tools to really put this into action, grab your FREE 3-Step Guide to fixing your acoustics HERE >>