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  • Access Recording Studios UK: Features the home studio of Stevie K. Farnaby.
  • Andrew Simpson MA, Recording Engineer: Home page of Ely (Cambs) based recording engineer, specialising in location recording. Includes introduction to recording techniques and a price list. Not specifically home recording but contains useful information.
  • Arizona CD-mastering: The homepage for 'Arizona mastering', a home recording studio which specializes in mastering digital recording made by other home studios.
  • Audio Recording Center: Articles on recording techniques and making it in the industry. Analog, digital, home demo, sound software, and studios.
  • Bownie.com - Guide to Recording: Your home computer is not only a tool for sending email and doing your accounts on, it can quite easily be turned into a digital recording studio. This transformation can be accomplished with little or no additional equipment. This guide shows you how.
  • Charles Dye.com: Includes tips and techniques, advice on plugins, and mixing secrets.
  • Computer Based Home Recording for Musicians: For people who want to make their own demo recordings at home and have them "sound just as good as $50 an hour project studio productions".
  • David Mellor's Musical Keyboard Guide: Guide to choosing a musical keyboard for recording, also covers digital pianos and interactive keyboards.
  • Drum Tracks by Jim McCarty: Custom Drum Track recording for all styles. Could be useful for home recordings requiring real drums on their recordings.
  • Freelance Studio: Promotion site for an independent media producer. A small team of friends who love doing what they know best and getting money out of it.
  • Home Recording Magazine: Website of monthly print magazine for the home studio musician and engineer. Features equipment reviews, recording techniques, and interviews with famous engineers.
  • Home Recording at About.com: Kevin Becka offers a complete guide to home recording: resources, how-to guides, reviews and profiles of equipment needed for building a home recording studio.
  • HomeRecording.com: Home recording and mixing; project studios. Use of 4-tracks, 8-tracks, effects, compressors, analog, and digital.
  • Introduction to Digital Home Recording: This is a free website intended for people who want to record themselves, their bands, their families, or friends. This website help you reach that goal.
  • Modern Recording Techniques: Articles, directories of schools and manufacturers, tutorials, searchable glossary and message boards.
  • Music-Recording.com: Information on home studio recording techniques, equipment, and the music business as it affects the home recording studio owner.
  • Musician's Tech Central: A clearinghouse of music electronics, MIDI/audio, indie, and recording information.
  • ProRec: Professional recording magazine that is mostly of pro audio relevance, but interesting for high-end home recording too. Site offers reviews and columns, surveys, and archives.
  • Recording Forum: Talk and learn recording with friends and experts. Seek and give tips and advice to the recording community.
  • Recording Studio Tips: An archive of articles since 1986 by David Mellor that have previously appeared in Sound on Sound, Audio Media and Studio Sound.
  • Recording.org: Pro Audio products, recording news., Grammy award winning engineers, producers and musicians, discussion forums, music portal and sales.
  • Red Sound Productions: Free and commercial music samples and Reason refills for use in your productions.
  • Revolution Audio: Retail equipment shop's site includes home studio recording how-tos, links and articles. Directions to their location in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. No online sales.
  • RickCrane.com: Home recordings in MP3 and Real Audio formats.
  • Sound Recording Advice: A book on building a home recording studio, tips on recording music, purchasing recording equipment, sample recordings.
  • Sound-Engineering.com: Tutorials and careers advice on all aspects of Sound Engineering, including recording studios, broadcasting and live sound.
  • Studio Recording Engineer: Offers an e-book on studio recording, studio tips and tricks, production techniques and audio/midi theory.
  • Tailrace Home Recording Studio: One recording enthusiast's site on their own home studio, based around an eight track tape format, incorporating Cubase VST.
  • The Recording Website: Advice for professionial or home recording studios. Audio recording tips for minidisks, reel to reel tape, mp3, and burning cd's.
  • The Seasidelounge Recording Studio, Brooklyn, New York: Contains a detailed history with advice on the construction of the studio - good pictures - with info on the studio as well.
  • World Net Studios: Professional musicians play and record music that has been recorded in MIDI format.

 

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