Beyond synthesizers, audio interfaces, monitors, musical instruments and the like, the home music studio can benefit from a varied range of non-musical equipment. Here's five essentials to consider.
In a word of endless software choice, hardware instruments and effects can offer something unique in terms of sonic character. Here are 5 pro tips for the best ways to use them.
If you're isolating in your home studio and want to ensure all your gear stays virus and germ-free, Matt Vanacoro shares some excellent tips to help keep your instruments healthy.
We've all got more time alone at home now due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's some tips for working from your home studio during the outbreak.
Using RAID drives in your music setup can mean better performance and data security. Joe Albano explains how, in under two minutes.
Large monitors generally take up the most space in a small music studio or studio desk space. Samsung have created a flexible solution to this with their new Space Monitors.
Following on from the recent release of the CLA-10 nearfield passive monitors that 'faithfully' emulate the Yamaha NS-10 studio monitors, Avantone Pro have made a complimenatry amplifier, the CLA-200.
Following on from their first ever product back in 2005 the Rupert Neve Designs 5211 is a two-channel microphone preamplifier designed to provide a versatile front end to your audio signal path.
These four new breakout boxes from RME will leave no cable wrongly connected and threaten to bring a peaceful, zen-like calm to the confusion that characterizes most music studios.
A new active inline preamp and a versatile condenser mic are the latest releases from sE and they are available for just $129 apiece. Here's what you need to know.
If you're in the market for active studio monitors on a budget look away now. The new Genelec S360 Smart Active Monitors are as expensive as they are impressive-looking.
Stering Audio have released two new dual-source professional headphone amplifiers in four-channel desktop and eight-channel rackmount models.
Home studios are great but there are many things a pro studio offers that are simply impossible to do in a smaller space. Rich Tozzoli shares his reasons for going pro...
If you're lucky enough to be planning your own recording studio or maybe building one for someone else, here's what you need to know about acoustics.
When someone thinks they have a handle on a process but they actually don't, bad things can happen. Joe Albano advises you how to avoid some of the most common production pitfalls.