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Home recording is any sort of non-professional recording technique that has lately been employed due to the rapid popularity (and bargain prices) of digital and analog recording equipment. One can have one's own semi-professional recording studio, depending on the quality and extent of their equipment, in the comfort of one's own home as opposed to paying a larger studio big bucks by the hour for their services. Home recording may include (or be completely performed upon) a personal computer (PC) which allows for upgrade prospects and high-definition, studio-grade and digital recording mixing.
It has grown so much in the past few years that some professional recording studios are turning to utilizing personal computers, ADAT or DAT systems (or the very popular DigiDesign tools available on the market), Multitrack Recorders, and various instruments either acoustic or synthesized as opposed to the traditional console setup. For a small amount of money, the proper recording equipment, and sound-proofed settings, basically anyone can have their own recording studio without ever having to walk out the front door.
Hal Leonard "The AudioPro Home Recording Course, Complete Set
The Complete Set features all 3 volumes of The AudioPro Home Recording Course, the bestselling series that teaches musicians the fundamentals of recording. Packaged in an attractive slipcase, this set makes a great gift for any audio enthusiast, and you get big savings over buying each book separately! Hal Leonard "The AudioPro Home Recording Course, Complete Set"
This easy-to-use book details an all-new approach to the art and science of recording for musicians who didn't attend engineering school and who don't own pricey recording gear. It discusses techniques... from standard to creative and unusual... that allow musicians to create professional-quality recordings using minimal tools; teaches readers everything they need to know to produce a great-sounding CD; and exposes some common misconceptions that have frustrated recording musicians for decades. 208 pages.
Brings the power of SONAR to your PC in a more affordable yet capable version.
There is no better software for musicians taking the first step into digital recording than Cakewalk SONAR Home Studio 4. The newest member of the SONAR family comes with a comprehensive feature set that turns your computer into a multitrack recording studio. SONAR Home Studio 4 includes powerful recording, editing, mixing, comping, looping and navigation tools; new instruments and effects; support for DirectX, VST, ReWire, and MFX soft synths and effects; ACID-format loop support; and more.
Cakewalk SONAR Home Studio 4 Features:
* Powerful recording, editing, mixing, comping, looping and navigation tools * Support for DirectX, VST, ReWire, and MFX soft synths and effects * ACID-format loop support
A compact, FireWire-compatible audio/MIDI interface.
The M-Audio FireWire Audiophile Computer Recording Interface takes the legacy of M-Audio's award-winning Audiophile line to the next level. 4x6 audio I/O combines with powerful onboard mixing in a mobile package that's perfect for live performance, home recording, and digital DJ work. Stereo headphone output with A/B switching between assignable sources allows pre-cueing for DJs and mobile musicians, and the assignable aux bus is perfect for creating dedicated headphone mixes and effect sends. You also get near-zero latency hardware direct monitoring, ultralow latency ASIO software direct monitoring, and 1x1 MIDI I/O. FireWire Audiophile even has AC-3 and DTS pass-through for surround sound playback.
* 4x6 24-bit/96kHz I/O * 2x4 analog operation (RCA) * Digital S/PDIF coaxial I/O with 2-channel PCM * Digital out also supports AC-3/DTS pass-through * Headphone output with dedicated level control * Flexible software controlled mixing of hardware and software I/O * Aux sends on all channels and aux output assign allows for dedicated headphone mixes and sends to external effects * User-assignable front-panel level control of output, input software return, and aux send * Near zero-latency hardware direct monitoring * Low-latency ASIO software direct monitoring * Momentary switch for A/B cueing to software-assignable headphone sources or ASIO monitoring on/off * 1x1 16-channel MIDI I/O * Power on/off switch with indicator LED * Powered via FireWire bus or included DC power adapter * 2 convenient high-bandwidth FIreWire ports * Rugged steel construction * Requires 6-pin connection