The author's bushcraft camping outfit. See below for numbered version and listing. Photo: Paul Kirtley.
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The ability to record and mix music is no doubt a skill and an art form . Developing it takes time, and requires many “failures,” experiments, and learning experiences. In my opinion, to truly succeed and excel in the recording industry – or any industry for that matter – you must have a craving and a passion to absorb the infinite amount of knowledge that’s out there.
Thanks to constant advancements in digital technology, everyone can record at home, and everyone can own a studio. But while many settle for an eggbox-clad bedroom setup (a myth we'll debunk later), there is another way… Build your own professional-quality recording studio. Yes, it's a Mohammed-style mountain to move and will require a sizeable investment of both time and money (and plasterboard) but the results could be priceless. So, courtesy of MusicRadar.com here are the 11 most-important factors to consider when building your own studio. From soundproofing to floating floors to, er... breathing.
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