Demonstration of my studio’s audio recording quality

by on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009, under Listen, Music

Here is a voice recording created using the equipment in my studio. I should note that the studio has received no acoustical design at this point (no dampening foam installed and no careful mic positioning). The studio is approximately 10ft x 12ft with the mic near a corner (2ft from the 10ft wall, 4ft from the 12ft wall; I am facing the corner during recording). The quality of playback will also be affected by the quality or your headphones or monitors (speakers, not screens). Its also hard to compare how “life-like” this is if you have not heard my voice in person.

This recording uses a practical 24bit resolution with a 44.1kHz sample rate (CD Quality is 16bit/44.1kHz). The M-Audio Fast Track Pro actually supports up to 24bit/96kHz.


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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 Listen, Music

2 Comments to Demonstration of my studio’s audio recording quality

  • avatar Mars says:

    hey are u having problems with the latency?

  • avatar buy gold says:

    Building a home recording studio is not as complicated as it use to be. Use rugs on the floors along with drapes on the windows and the sound proof panels that you can purchased and you will be able to make a decent environment for recording and a nice looking room to be proud of. If you are recording your band you may need 16-24 tracks along with different types of microphones cables and stands.

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