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Music Production Equipment

What is an audio interface?

The device that offers all connectors you need to plugin instruments and studio microphones for recording, as well as studio headphones and studio speakers for listening, is called an audio interface

Do I need studio monitors?

Yes, you do. 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.

Do I need studio headphones?

Studio headphones are built primarily for professional work and have sound signatures best suited to recording or mixing. Of course, for your studio setup, you will also need a computer, DAW, an audio interface, microphonesstudio monitorsMIDI controllers, etc. 

What is a MIDI controller?

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. 

Which microphone is best for me?

Mics are the most important studio kits.  A poor quality mic will lead to frustrating recording sessions.  There are three main types of microphones used in recording: dynamic microphones, condenser microphones, and ribbon microphones. These 10 are some of the best microphones from Shure, AKG, Rode, Neumann, Audio Technica, and more.

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Music Production Software

What Is a DAW?

A digital audio workstation (DAW) is an application software or electronic device or used for recording, editing, mixing, mastering, and producing audio files. DAWs come in a wide variety of configurations from a single software. program on a laptop, to an integrated stand-alone unit. Regardless of configuration, modern DAWs have a central interface that allows the user to alter and mix multiple tracks into a final produced piece

What are audio plugins?

An audio plug-in is computer software that can add or enhance audio-related functionality in a DAW. Such functionality may include digital signal processing or sound synthesis.  Audio plug-ins usually provide their own user interface, which often contains GUI widgets that can be used to control and visualize the plug-in’s parameters.

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