Recording music can take many different forms, ranging from a simple-but-effective handheld two-channel live recording to a full digital studio setup with multi-channel desk, acoustic treatment and effects. Absolute Music has all the best recording equipment that you could need to get you up and running with a recording solution to suit your requirements. Be sure to check out our range of the best multi-track recorders, mixing desks, headphones and monitors below.
There are many factors that can impact the recorded sound in a studio, so to get the best possible recording environment we recommend using a high quality microphone (we can’t speak more highly of those made by Sontronics, sE, Rode and of course Shure), some acoustic treatment, a decent preamp and a set of monitors and headphones to listen to your creation with precise clarity and accuracy. All of these, and more, are available to buy online or in-store from Absolute Music today.
Just to make things clear off the bat, we've already assumed you have a decent computer and recording software. This video is just based purely on the hardware only. Taking that into account, there are loads of free options that you can go for regarding recording software like:
Existing users of Focusrite interfaces have been enjoying free plugins every month since purchasing an interface in the Scarlett, Clarett or RED range, but the good news is that you too can join the Plugin Collective.
This year Shure celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the world's most popular microphone. In order to commemorate this landmark they are pleased to announce a special edition, in silver. Shure have a limited supply of this microphone now in stock, with an RRP of £99 - get your order in soon to avoid disappointment!