Saturday, 5 January 2013

[creative-radio] @Transom_org's Setting up a small #audio #recording studio


One of Transom's most popular features ever is TOOLS Editor Jeff Towne's
primer on setting up a small recording studio, but the page hasn't had an
update in six years. So, Jeff has created a completely new version,
covering computer and software selection, the requisite hardware, along
with equipment recommendations in various price ranges and pretty much
everything you need on this topic, all in one place. There are links to
individual tests of gear, manufacturer's sites, downloads, etc. etc. (One
interesting new thing: ProTools is becoming dislodged as the go-to choice
for documentary production.) This is the kind of useful, generous advice
that makes us all love Jeff Towne.

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