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- Brandon Drury
Supreme Overload Commander
When it comes to learning home recording, there are literally thousands of things you need to know. These range from selecting the right microphone to making sure your studio monitors are telling the truth to solving problems with room acoustics.
Scouring the web to collect tidbits here and there is certainly one way, but you almost never find that ultra-comprehensive foundation you need. The truth is some topics are too big and require too much detail for the usual blogs and articles on the web.
My goal when writing this 13 PDF, 3GB wav (or 600MB of mp3s for the Silver version) was to absolutely skyrocket you into right into your 5th year of recording by bypassing all those pitfalls and bad habits that are formed early on.