Good studio equipment doesn’t have to be expensive.

It absolutely can be expensive, and honestly should be, but if you’re not producing content for a record label or national commercial spot, then you can do a lot with inexpensive gear and software.

That’s what I’m here to show you.

My name is Joe, and it is my goal to share with you some of the best low-cost studio gear that you can throw together to make semi-professional sounds with. It may not be ideal, but knowing that you can start recording for under $100 U.S. is kinda freakin’ nice.

Let’s get to it.

You need a microphone, a cable, an interface, and a computer (or cell phone [yes,really (again, not ideal, but workable)]).

Explore some options for each one and let me know if you have any questions. I read every e-mail:  joe@cheapsoundstudio.com


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