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I finally got around to turning the room above my garage into a home recording studio, but I have a couple questions about what I might need. So far, I have a mixer and two monitors.

Now, I want my sound to be a nice, live sound, and I heard that using a large diaphragm condenser mic for my guitar amp would work well. However, I want to be able to record instruments seperately, or all at once (having both options would be great if possible).

Also, I have a computer available to me that would be used solely for recording/editing. What else do I need to look into?
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Make sure to get leads, leads and more leads. Honestly, you'll be looking for something to hook your mic up to, put it through soemthing but oh! You're short a lead. Look into that, it's worth it.
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is a bidet a type of crisp?
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Like a cable, your wires connecting your various instruments to different things. Like guitar cables, mic cables, amp cables.
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is a bidet a type of crisp?
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I finally got around to turning the room above my garage into a home recording studio, but I have a couple questions about what I might need. So far, I have a mixer and two monitors.

Now, I want my sound to be a nice, live sound, and I heard that using a large diaphragm condenser mic for my guitar amp would work well. However, I want to be able to record instruments seperately, or all at once (having both options would be great if possible).

Also, I have a computer available to me that would be used solely for recording/editing. What else do I need to look into?


The mixer's connected to a computer? I'd look into a good sound card if you want accurate and solid results. I must ask first...what mixer are you using?
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I finally got around to turning the room above my garage into a home recording studio, but I have a couple questions about what I might need. So far, I have a mixer and two monitors.

Now, I want my sound to be a nice, live sound, and I heard that using a large diaphragm condenser mic for my guitar amp would work well. However, I want to be able to record instruments seperately, or all at once (having both options would be great if possible).

Also, I have a computer available to me that would be used solely for recording/editing. What else do I need to look into?



What mixer do you have?

You'll need a good mic collection with a variety of dynamics and condensors. You'll want a dynamic for guitar amps coz of the volume.

The guy was right about leads. Spare leads is a necessity.
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