Published on October 25th, 2016 | by AlexandreG.


Awesome Tips to Help Organize Your Music Studio

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It is definitely that you are a devoted music fan. Do you feel like you have a new level of devotion? Do you want to create oppose to just consuming? These plans are ambitious but yet achievable. It does not matter if you want an amateur, semi-pro or professional music studio, the expenses will be high. Of course, the more professional you aim your audio studio to be the more expensive apparatus you will need. Cheap equipment is going to be useless and in the end, will cost you double. You will have to start small, no matter what your goals are.

Begin with the basics.

  • A computer is one of the most important features in your studio. Recording and processing of the sound will happen through your computer. When choosing the best computer for your studio you need to think of:
  • The noise pollution rate it may produce. If it is too noisy, it will have a negative impact on the sound you need to record.
  • How many ports does it have? Laptops have fewer slots than desktop computers. You will need to connect a lot of equipment to your computer. Make sure there is a way.
  • What is the screen size? The bigger the better – as simple as that.
  • Microphone (one or several). Depending on your goals, you will need at least one microphone. If you want to develop not only simple vocal recording studio you will require a couple of microphones.
  • Headphones and studio monitors. The most likely that you will need both. It will ensure that you are catching the differences and providing the best quality of the sound.
  • Mixing console or a sound mixer is crucial for you to create various timbres and volumes of the sound you are going to produce.
  • Musical instruments. You will need to decide what and how many you want in your studio.
  • Working place. Set up a comfortable desk and office chair. They should be ergonomic, as you will spend many hours on your chair behind a desk.
  • Various accessories. Again depending on your objectives, you may need:
  • Adapters;
  • Cables;
  • Pop filters;
  • Microphone stands;

Different software.


Get organized.

When you have all your possessions with you, it is time to set them properly. Make sure everything is reachable to you. Try not to make a mess. Every piece of equipment should have its place. This will ensure order and efficiency. You will also need to work out a regime. How much time will you spend to record and how much to mix and edit? If you worry about paperwork needed to be done, writing services can help you save your time.

Think about acoustics.

For your audio to sound clear and amazingly, you should take care of various complications. The sound may reflect from the walls and ceiling and create different effects. Not all of them can be good. To approve acoustics in your studio, you will need:

  • Bass traps have the highest priority in the acoustic treatment of your studio. They absorb bass frequencies, which makes your sound clearer.
  • Acoustic panels are usually used as additional to bass traps. They eliminate sound waves between opposite walls.
  • Diffusers are supplementary means of acoustic improving. You should buy and use them only after you have set your absorbers.


Think of archiving and storing any sample you have ever created. This will help you secure your legal rights. In addition, music you find unsuitable for now may occur appealing to you later. You can edit it or even sell to someone who may like it.



About the Author

AlexandreG. Is just a guy who got tired of bothering his friends talking about music, and decided to create a blog to write about what he loves the most.

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