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Creative Session: DIY Guides

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If you're a handy person, you can save money in your studio, or get exactly what you want, by doing it yourself. Here are a collection of useful DIY guides. Get busy!

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  • Audio Production
    How to Save Money in Your Home StudioPreview
    Studio equipment is expensive! If things keep breaking, replacing them can rack up quite a cost. If you're like me, you want to make every cent count. Here are a few tips about cutting costs.Read More…
  • Instruments
    How to Make Your Own Porthole in Your Bass DrumPreview
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    You have been playing with the band for some time now and everybody agrees that it is time to cut a record. However, you know that in order to get that in your face punch out of your kick drum you need a porthole in your resonant head so that the engineer can put a microphone right up against the batter head. That means you need to buy a new resonant head right? Wrong! Read More…
  • General
    Quality Instrument Cable: Why It Matters, and How To Make Your OwnThumb
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    The notion that good quality cable is an important part of sound reproduction has been widely accepted among hi-fi enthusiasts for a long time, but musicians have been a little slower to catch on.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    DIY Foley Pit ConstructionMusic and audio
    Wanting to get into post-production sound? In this week’s Audio Premium content, Jonah Guelzo shows you how to make an inexpensive Foley pit. Check out the video after the break.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    DIY Professional Acoustical PanelsMusic and audio
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    Renovating your studio over the holidays? In this week’s Audio Premium content, Jonah Guelzo shows you how to make inexpensive acoustical panels for your studio wall. Check out the video after the break.Read More…