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If you’re a geek who’s also a bit of a musician , you’ve probably occasionally thought about using your own equipment to record and produce CDs. I mean, you’ve got the microphones, a decent computer, a sound editing program like Audacity and various other useful tools. What’s stopping you from making your own demo CD? Well, that could possibly be a good understanding of sound engineering, music recording and music production. Because, deep down you know that without getting these things at least halfway right, your demo CD will sound rotten and no-one will want to have you in their venue.