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When you are looking to get your hands on a ukulele, the two most important considerations you will need to make are the sound of the ukulele and the size of the ukulele. Do you want a traditional ukulele sound or a deeper sound? Do you want to learn the ukulele for the purpose of learning the ukulele or do you want to learn the ukulele first and then transition to the guitar? What are the most common ukulele sizes ? See the categories below.
The soprano ukulele is the smallest of the four main sizes of the ukulele. It is also the first type of ukulele that was ever produced. While larger ukuleles have been produced over the years, the soprano still remains immensely popular. In fact, this is likely going to be the first ukulele that you ever pick up.
The concert ukulele is the second ukulele size after the soprano. The concert ukulele first appeared in the 1920s. Up until this point, people really only had access to the soprano ukulele. In terms of tone, concert uke is the closest to the guitar, and a lot of people favor it for that reason alone.
Those who use the concert ukulele will notice that the tenor ukulele is a little bit longer. This gives more of a sound range at the ‘upper end’. This is the best instrument to opt for if you are both strumming and picking. The sound that comes from the tenor ukulele is going to be impeccable.
You don’t need much when getting started on the ukulele, but there are several ukulele accessories that can make your life easier. Check out the best ukulele accessories sorted into categories.
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A MIDI controller is an interface that allows you to edit and control sounds and data from devices that work with MIDI, like your VST plugins, DAW, etc. MIDI is a digital language used by computers and some electronic instruments to share information with each other.
Studio monitors are loudspeakers specifically designed for professional audio production applications, such as recording studios, television studios, radio studios, and home studios, where accurate audio reproduction is crucial. The monitor is designed to produce relatively flat (linear) phase and frequency responses and exhibits minimal emphasis or de-emphasis of particular frequencies.
Studio microphones are the most important studio kits. A poor quality mic will lead to frustrating recording sessions. Therefore, investing in the best mic you can afford early is a wise investment.