TCM MASTERING: HOME MUSIC STUDIO-TIPS AND INFORMATION

TCM Mastering: Tips And Information For Setting Up A Home Music Studio

TCM Mastering’s Ted Carfrae writes…

Over the last few months, I’ve received a lot of questions about setting up an affordable and functional Home Music Studio…..What gear do I need to buy? How much will it cost?

One of my partners at TCM is Eric Williams, who I’ve known since the early 1980s. He has worked in London and Los Angeles at the top of his game for more than twenty five years as a Re-recording Mixer, Sound Supervisor and Sound Designer working in Music and Post Production TV & Film.

Eric and I thought it would be a good idea to include information and tips in the TCM Mastering blog, on how to set up a Home Music Studio and get the most out of it.

With the advances in music technology, owning a home studio in one form or another is within the reach of any serious musician these days.

But one size won’t fit all. Some of you may only want a basic set up whilst others may want a studio with all the bells and whistles.

So starting from Monday next week, we will offer advice on how to put together a Home Recording Studio. Topics will include choosing the right gear, modifying your studio room for acoustics, introducing multitrack techniques, mixing your songs and lots more.

We hope the information we provide will help you to make the best of your music. So come back next week and subscribe to this exclusive series of essential blogs.

If you have questions regarding the mastering process, please contact us here.

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