Building A Home Recording Studio, Pt 2: Preventing Noise

The second article in the series How To Build a Home Recording Studio, Ken offers 4 tips for preventing noise – from keeping the leaf-blowers and trucks out to reducing room sound, the echo-y reverb-y thing that is the hallmark of amateur audio.Also there are some products recommended.  If an acoustically-treated isolation booth is not in your budget (or does not make logistical sense) at $1,200 or so, you can pick up an isolation shield that goes behind and around your microphone for MUCH less.But the best solutions are almost always free and easy, and Ken gives you 4 tips that will cost you nothing and will allow you to record pro audio with the cheapest gear.

Check it out here: www.homebrewaudio.com/how-to-build-a-home-recording-studio-part-2-4-tips-for-preventing-noise 

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