Oh hey guys, how’s it going? I’ve heard you are looking to buy a computer for music production? Easy!
This guide should clear a few things up!
I am going to make it as in-depth yet straightforward as possible.
So it’s pretty clear we want to get the best computer for recording music, but…
Let’s go over a few points first:
Looking for the best dynamic microphone? So I am going to assume that you have read my article about condenser and dynamic mics, their pros and cons, and have decided that the dynamic microphone would be the best fit for you.
Alright, so you have made the decision to pick a condenser microphone. What now? How to find the best condenser microphone without breaking the bank? We’ve all been there, don’t worry.
It’s not quite as simple as picking something like a table for your living room, but it’s not hard.
Alright, so now you want to find the best budget microphone to record your vocals. I know it’s really hard to decide which one to pick because there are literally hundreds of them, if not thousands.
And the range is pretty huge too. You can find condenser and dynamic mics starting from $20 and going all the way to thousands. At this point, a lot of people feel lost, and I don’t blame them.
Welcome, everyone! I see you all have this one particular question: “Blue Buzz, how to build a budget music studio if I don’t know much about how all this music stuff works?” Well, you are in luck, because I wrote this guide just to help you all make the music industry a better place.
Look, all these big websites telling you how to build a studio on a budget usually get writers and just stamp these articles left and right. And don’t get me wrong, the information there is valuable as well. The only thing is most of them haven’t been through all this themselves…
I had to do my research, been to hundreds of forums, read all the reviews on Amazon, and so much more just to be able to speak on this topic. Coming from the ground up, I realize how overwhelming building a music studio from a scratch can be. More than anything, I want to share this knowledge with you.
The guide is fairly long, with personal examples, but you will learn lots, I promise!
I will also add my personal picks to each point in this post for a reference!
Okay, so you purchased a great microphone for a couple hundred dollars and it’s on the way already. What’s next? How to set everything up? Well, let me guide you through which microphone accessories you will need to get.
The budget microphones usually don’t come with any accessories included. At best, you will receive a cheap windscreen. Therefore, you need to purchase a few things yourself.
When doing the research back in the days, I’ve come across tons of articles on which set up is the best and why THEIR set up is the best one. I am going to be real with you – there is no such thing as the best set up or the best microphone accessories.
I mean there are certain rules of how the sound waves move and which surfaces they bounce off the most. However, this is not something to be worried about at the beginning of your journey.
Maybe after a year or so you can professionally soundproof your room and add some cool things to your set up. For now, let’s keep it simple. Let’s go!
Hey guys, what’s up? In this article, we are going to talk about how to find the best portable USB audio interface and what it is essentially.
Look, this device is very simple, yet complex. If you think about it, it’s basically an advanced sound card that you plug into your computer. There are several reasons why it’s a must-have for any recording studio.
Hey everyone, welcome to Blue Buzz Music. I see you want to build a legit music studio, but don’t want to break the bank. Well, here is the list of the best studio monitors under 500 dollars, which won’t leave you disappointed.
Listen, studio monitors are an essential component of any music studio. I realize that you may have studio headphones already, and maybe a set of Logitech speakers.
First, turn your speakers off and don’t turn them on until you listen to the final, mixed, and mastered version of your beat or track. Just use your studio headphones, please.
I’ve already written a guide on which headphones give you the best bang for the buck, go check it out if you haven’t purchased a pair yet.
Ready to rock?