CHAPTER 9 Studio Equipment and Environment



The days of actually needing a professional studio in order to get professional results are long gone. What is achievable with a very modest set-up today would have been utterly unthinkable in anything but a pro studio ten years ago. With the increases in computing power and the corresponding increase in the quality of plug-ins, there are now more and more professional studios that rely quite heavily on plug-ins as well as on their collection of vintage outboard equipment. As a direct result of this it is possible for a small project studio to have much of the same equipment as a much larger professional studio. This dramatically levels the playing field in terms of what is achievable in smaller ...

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