Choosing the best way to record your project at Bad Racket Recording Studio
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Cost and Logistics
When it comes to recording your material, its easy to get plethora of options. From equipment, to how to pay for the project, and it can be overwhelming for someone just starting out. So what’s the best option and whats going to make the most impact for the amount of money and time invested? In short, make use of whatever resources you have to do the best you can. In the following article we’ll give you the down and dirty low down on how to make your project the best it can be.
The first question you may want to ask, is am I even ready to record? Unless you’re trying to blow through a bunch of money and take a lot of time in the studio writing and producing, make sure you’re not wasting a ton of time writing your song and adding and changing a ton of parts just because you haven’t throughly planned out each composition. There isn’t anything stopping you more than a little forethought and planning to making your next great song. If you can perform it into a cell phone, you can perform it into a very expensive microphone. Which leads us to our next section equipment!
We have a lot of recording equipment and musical instruments at the studio but what do you actually need?
So what do you actually need to record? Besides decent songs? There’s so much stuff including instruments, amps, room acoustics, microphones, tape-machines, computers, and a million plugins and cool seemingly magical devices. But having Jimi Hendrix’s guitar doesn’t make you Jimi Hendrix. So what do you actually need? Alright here it comes.
Someone with expertise actually using equipment in a professional studio can make a big difference. From amplifiers to microphones in a nice sounding room, we have what it takes to make your next masterpiece. And if you need something special just ask.
Creating the Best Material Possible
As for how much it costs, do what you can afford, and work with what you can. Plenty of great records have been made with simple tools used in amazing ways. Be creative. Find emotion and passion in your art and people will appreciate it.