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I can’t tell you how many songs I’ve written in my career that ended up in the Demo Graveyard - There’s seriously nothing more discouraging than getting stuck at the recording phase. Do I find a studio? Do I hire musicians? How do I get my recording to sound clean and polished? Can my songs be on the radio? On Spotify?
Sometimes it’s easier to stop, move on to the next song, give up right there,
and put it off.
I get it. I’ve done it.
After years of producing, mixing, mastering, arranging, composing and making mistakes in EVERY category, whether it’s buying gear, recording technique, microphone selection, room treatment, or burning out, I decided to put together a guide to save my fellow musicians from the same fate.
This PDF is of the quickest route to a kick-ass recording studio at home.
WHAT THIS IS NOT
An all-inclusive text on acoustics, polar patterns, signal chains, gain-staging or an analog preamp buyer’s guide because when I was just trying to record my song and get it to sound great, I just wanted to GET. TO. THE. POINT.
So with that in mind:
WHAT THIS IS
A simple, straight-forward guide outlining ONLY what you need to know to start recording at home TODAY. No more, no less.
So, Do Your Songs Have Potential?
I don't know. I've never head them ... But I do know the only time your songs have 0% potential is when they haven’t been recorded, when they haven’t been crafted, loved, and made to sound the way they were supposed to. If you want your songs to have potential, step one is to put in the effort to let them be HEARD and ENJOYED and your best bet is to start recording at home.