No lie, 6 months after the day I picked up my first guitar and learned to ply Bob Marley – 3 Little Birds I, too, started to wander :” Now that I can play music, what do I need to record music at home?”.
One afternoon after 2 weeks of thorough researches I made a list of items that just made sense I’d get myself to set a good starter home studio. The items listed were 1. a Mac Book Pro, 2. Logic Pro X, 3. a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4, 4. an Audio-Technica AT2020 mic, 5. an Akai MPK MIDI controller, and a pair of good headphones.
Personally, I’ve love the idea of having my own home studio since I got first introduced to the idea by some random guy online now a friend. But it took me a while to realize that I didn’t need all the gears that guy had.
Anyways after making millions with my music using the sync licensing business model I feel pretty confident in righteously advising young wanna-be home-based musicians like yourself the ultimate starter list.
What Do I Need To Record Music At Home You Ask? Here’s The List[#1] Computer – Macbook Pro
Available in different styles & capabilities for US$1,199.00
[#2] Digital Audio Workstation – Logic Pro X
Available for US$199.99[#3] Audio Interface – Focusrite Scarlett 2i4
Available in different styles starting at US$109.99[#4] Condenser Microphone – Audio-Technica AT2020
Available for US$76.65[#5] MIDI Controller – Akai Professional MPK Mini MKII
Available in different options starting at US$89.25[#6] Headphones – Sennheiser HD280
Available for US$91.50