While beginners have that natural desire to want to learn everything always, right away. Whereas the truth is that you actually only need a very little items to get started. And just one thing more will probably confuse you. So, don’t worry if you don’t possess a studio yet, an ordinary bedroom studio is the very first milestone to aim for.

So these are the following 8 items you will need:

1. Computer: These days, because almost all recording studios are fully digital, the first and obvious thing that you will need is definitely a computer. Out of all choices, you must invest in the top computer that you can manage as the digital audio workstation can be exceptionally rough on processing resources by making extensive use of its characteristics that will require a real quick computer.

2. DAW– Digital Audio Workstation: Digital audio workstation is that primary software that you use on your computer which is used to edit, mix and record music. Originally it was designed to imitate the feel and look from the pre- digital era, that of analog mixing boards. Ever since, their visible design has basically remained the same.

3. Audio Interface: After that you have the software, audio interface is the thing next, and that you’ll need. Its basic purpose is of giving all the required connections to redirect the music.

4. Microphones: On this list, these are by far the oldest item. Microphones have always been around even before recording studios have existed. Yet after all these years, ironically, not much about microphones has changed. To great surprise, the top models from half- a- century ago are even today regarded as industry standards.

5. Headphones: These are the known and most popular ones, unlike other gear. At least this is what is assumed by majority of people. You might have an exquisite pair of “consumer” headphones but for professional music, there are two different types of microphones serving differently.

6. Studio Monitors: Studio monitors are designed with the opposite goal of providing a perfectly flat frequency response instead of typically highlighting certain frequency bands which is usually done to consumer speakers in an attempt to improve the listening experience for audiences. In this way studio monitors give engineers the sound that they can hear as a mix as it truly is, faults and everything so that they can change accordingly.

7. Cables: In any studio, you are most likely to find thousands of cables and with them dozens of connectors that you might have never heard of. In coming time you will actually possess so many cables that you might not be able to count.

8. Microphone Stands: Microphone stands are just like the studio cables, same abundance. For the very beginning you only need 1 or 2 but eventually you’ll possess many. Unlike most assumptions, the stands actually come in varied sizes and shapes; each of them designed and assigned specific tasks.

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