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    Default New to recording at home, best learning resources?

    What are some good resources for learning about recording at home and recording techniques in general? Is it a good idea to "learn by doing" when it comes to home recording meaning buy some equipment and get set up and get going? I should mention that I'm interested in this purely as a hobby and not planning on quitting my day job or making this any kind of a career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k5thbeatle View Post
    What are some good resources for learning about recording at home and recording techniques in general? Is it a good idea to "learn by doing" when it comes to home recording meaning buy some equipment and get set up and get going? I should mention that I'm interested in this purely as a hobby and not planning on quitting my day job or making this any kind of a career.
    Chris Liepe has a lesson series on Recording and Micing that might be useful: http://members.jamplay.com/guitar/ph...ing-and-micing

    Also if you search "studio" on JamPlay you'll find other resources that might be useful.

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    Check out Graham at - http://therecordingrevolution.com/ he has a ton of free videos and articles - many of his earliest ones on recording at home on a budget.

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    I am an amateur who records - at home - electric guitars and bass direct and through amps, acoustic guitars, electric piano, drum machine, etc.. Chad Johnson's book How To Record At Home on a Budget was a godsend in helping me figure out how to do all this - and why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slighter View Post
    Check out Graham at - http://therecordingrevolution.com/ he has a ton of free videos and articles - many of his earliest ones on recording at home on a budget.
    +1. Graham has some great free material. Chris Liepe lesson series (crosstour meantioned) are great start as well with what you need to get started.

 

 

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