Did you hear about that guy who recorded an entire album on display computers in an Apple Store? While that DIY spirit is admirable, recording at a home studio is certainly a better and more private option. While there is certain essential equipment that you will need for a DIY recording & voice-over studio, you don't need to break the bank to create one. This infographic walks through the process of building a home studio, laying out some tips and key equipment you need to get started.

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Minimal Studio- the essentials are corner bass traps, absorption behind the work station, ceiling cloud, panels at the first point of reflection. Then some panels on the opposite wall &/or diffusers.

Good visual description of how to set up a voice over recording studio in your home.                                                                                                                                                      More

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The DIY Dream Audio Production and Recording Studio

The DIY Dream Audio Production and Recording Studio