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YoungJon

New member
Is there a way we can get an update on the links from the first page? A lot of them a broken links and I am really interested to read those articles.
 

Armistice

Son of Yoda
You could hunt them down yourself and post them here... I'm sure the mods will update the original post for you.:thumbs up:
 

TheMadHetter

New member
Hey guys I'm really new to this sight so I'm sorry if this is not the right place to post this. I just started researching how I can start recording in my house. I have some money saved up, and kind of have a kind of start up list of what I need to start off my home studio. For my DAW I'm going to use REAPER, for my interface I'm going to get Focusrite Scarlett Solo, for my mic, MXL 770, for my keyboard, Akai professional MPK Mini, and I'm going to get AKG studio headphones, I know I need some mic accessories, some sound isolaters or whatever they're called. Anyways, I'm just wondering if anyone has any advice for starting of software and hardware, if I'm doing it right and so on... Thanks a bunch.
 

TAE

All you have is now
Hey guys I'm really new to this sight so I'm sorry if this is not the right place to post this. I just started researching how I can start recording in my house. I have some money saved up, and kind of have a kind of start up list of what I need to start off my home studio. For my DAW I'm going to use REAPER, for my interface I'm going to get Focusrite Scarlett Solo, for my mic, MXL 770, for my keyboard, Akai professional MPK Mini, and I'm going to get AKG studio headphones, I know I need some mic accessories, some sound isolaters or whatever they're called. Anyways, I'm just wondering if anyone has any advice for starting of software and hardware, if I'm doing it right and so on... Thanks a bunch.

With what you have mentioned above a seasoned homewrecker could lay down some fantastic recordings...well what you have mentioned and a decent PC or Imac with an i5 processor or higher with maybe at least 8 gigs of ram...You're good to go just plug it all in and hang out at Cocko's (Reaper land) tons of helpful people there to get you up and running....then make music and prosper.
 

Gtoboy

Active member
This is a couple years old but i just saw it today and i thought it would be really useful info to anyone recording real drums as well as any live instruments.
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Gtoboy

Active member
Just saw this vid on using saturation before compression to even out snare better that compression alone. Useful for any very dynamic source that is uneven volume wise:

 
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