Interested for a music studio?

This project is mostly for amateurs that would like to create their own home recording music studio. I found it very difficult and time consuming to set everything up and have a fully equipped working studio without spending a fortune. That’s why I am presenting this project to you, so as you don’t spend so much time as I did.

Chapter 1.
Buy all the electronic audio equipment needed.
For my music studio I chose the following

  • Set amplifier and passive speakers by TMIX
  • Recording console by Behringer
  • Distortion pedal for electric guitar by Digitech
  • Sennheiser headphones
Set Amplifier and passive speakers by TMIX
Set Amplifier and passive speakers by TMIX
Recording console by Behringer
Recording console by Behringer
Distortion pedal by Digitech
Distortion pedal by Digitech
Sennheiser headphones
Sennheiser headphones

Chapter 2.
Buy all the music instruments you need.
For my music studio I chose the following

  • Evans drum set
  • Toumpeleki
  • Mpaglamas
  • Bouzouki
  • Classical Guitar
  • Epiphone Zakk Wylde Electronic Guital
  • Ukulele
Evans drum set (2)
Evans drum set (2)
Evans drum set
Evans drum set
Toumpeleki
Toumpeleki
Mpaglamas
Mpaglamas
Bouzouki
Bouzouki
Classical Guitar
Classical Guitar
Epiphone Zakk Wylde Electronic Guital
Epiphone Zakk Wylde Electronic Guital
Ukulele
Ukulele

Chapter 3.
Buy microphones.
For my studio I chose the following

  • Cardoid Microphone by Audio Technica
  • Dynamic Microphone
  • Mpaglamas
  • Bouzouki
  • Classical Guitar
  • Epiphone Zakk Wylde Electronic Guital
  • Ukulele
Cardoid Microphone by Audio Technica
Cardoid Microphone by Audio Technica
Dynamic Microphone
Dynamic Microphone

Chapter 4.
Spare parts.
For my music studio I chose the following

  • Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro
Tablet by Lenovo
Tablet by Lenovo
Music Studio (1)
Music Studio (1)

If you want to know in detail why I bought each part or a short review about any item feel free to ask me by sending an email.

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