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The way we record music today is drastically different than the way things were done 20 years ago. For bands to record demos, they once needed to invest in a 4-track or 8-track tape machine. And to record in a real studio? Usually bands needed to get signed before that happened. But not anymore. You'll find more than enough recording equipment options to choose from on today's market. In fact, top notch brands such as Presonus, Tascam, Akai, Focusrite and many others are all dedicated to providing immaculately crafted studio gear for both industry veterans and amateurs alike.

You're probably already aware of the basic things needed to make a recording studio. For example, you'll require software, interfaces, a mixer, microphones, and of course studio monitors headphones and headphone amplifiers (optional). These are all essential ingredients, and ensuring that the equipment you're using is manufactured by experienced professionals will also give you peace of knowing that your recording projects will turn out as crisp and pristine as you imagined.

For studio monitors, the JBL LSR305 5" powered studio monitors are extremely powerful. Ideal for both home and project studios, these monitors deliver a highly professional performance at a superbly affordable price. For a fantastic studio package, the Focusrite Scarlet 2i2 MXL 990 package contains an audio interface, a pair of monitors and headphones, a condenser mic, and all the accessories and cables you'll need to set up. Another incredible option is the Tascam DP-32 Digital 32-Track Portastudio. Versatile, compact and easy-to-use, this unit is recommended for any home studio recording project.

With so many leaps and bounds made in digital technology, it has never been easier for budding audio engineers to make their very own recording studio. Today, anyone with an iPad or a iPhone can make radio ready recordings. We have a large selection of iPad and iPhone Microphones as well as iOS interfaces in our Apple for Musicians store.

Despite the leaps and bounds made in recording technology, there are still many factors to consider. From soundproofing the studio, to where the studio will be located, these are crucial thoughts to ponder in the process. Of course, you'll also need to be sure that the equipment you're using is not only high in sound quality, but ruggedly built to last through considerable amounts of usage, and for that, you can find everything you need and more, right here.

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