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Learn how to put together an inexpensive home recording studio - because it's important to sound professional.
Most people simply don't know what kind of microphone to buy, or how to use it. Or you might think it would be too expensive.
We can help you record your voice so it sounds professional by showing you what microphones to use AND explaining how to use them. How to Build A Home Recording Studio is a video/ebook combo that makes everything easy for anyone to understand. You'll learn how you can put together a small but effective home recording studio with gear costing less than $100, assuming you already have a computer.
- Get a shopping list for everything you need to start recording pro audio
- Learn how to get the best quality audio no matter what mic you use
- See how a $5.00 mic sounded better than a $500 mic!
- Discover which microphones are right for you
- And much, much more!
As a bonus you also get the eBook How To Build A Home Recording Studio, a companion to the video.
This ebook is a guide for setting up a computer-based home recording studio capable of producing professional quality podcasts, music, voice-overs, video narration, audio books, etc.
Start recording pro audio for less than $100 - virtually anyone can afford it.
Now You Can Record Your Voice And Sound Like A Pro!
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You Record Podcasts.
You Give Webinars.
And You Narrate Videos.
Maybe You Even Audition For Voice-Over Jobs.
But Your Audio Makes You Sound Like An Amateur!
You may not think it matters, but you probably know - at least on some level - that putting something out there that is less than professional affects the bottom line. Put another way - your bad-sounding audio is costing you money!
The problem is - you can't go to a commercial recording studio for all you podcasts and video voice-overs. But you also can't afford an expensive microphone. Heck, maybe you HAVE and expensive microphone and still your audio sounds bad. That's actually REALLY common!
Well after recording audio for over 20 years, and having to sound like a pro on a VERY limited budget, I've made the mistakes and I've learned the tricks. Here is the big secret: Knowledge trumps gear. If you have just a little bit of VERY simple audio know-how, it is possible to sound better with a cheap plastic PC mic than someone using a $500 mic (if that person doesn't understand what they are doing).