Your Essential Guide to a Budget Studio

3)Headphones

Whether you’re editing tracks in your room at two in the morning or recording vocal overdubs, headphones are an irreplaceable element of your home studio. You will be spending countless hours with the headphones on your head so it’s important to consider the build quality and comfort as well, along with the sound quality.

Ideally for recording it’s best to go with a pair of closed monitoring headphones.

sennheiser-headphones

When it comes to audio quality the legendary Sennheiser Pro series consists of a no-compromise approach to sound. These monitoring headphones are designed to exceed the demands of the professional environment. The Pro series headphones provide an extended frequency response for accurate sound reproduction in demanding applications and are known for their tank-like build quality.

Check out the Sennheiser HD series professional studio headphones 

 

focusrite

Alternatively, if you are yet to invest in an interface, microphone, and a headphone – you could save yourself the trouble by going for a complete bundle from Focusrite.

This studio bundle comes with Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 -a top selling USB interface for recording studio quality audio, a pair of HP-60 closed back studio headphones and CM25 large diaphragm condenser mic for capturing crystal clear sound, with a three-metre XLR mic cable and stand clip. Everything you need to make studio-quality recordings from home.

More details on the bundle 

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