Sennheiser HD800 vs HD800s: Worth The Extra Cost?

The Sennheiser HD800 was released back in 2009 and have made their mark on the audiophile world. Some audiophile would even consider the HD800 the world’s best headphones. When they were first released the HD800 was criticized for being too bright. Headphones that are too bright are more likely to reveal hisses and other imperfections in the audio and can …

The 10 Best USB DACs

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An awfully poor audio signal from your computer is an issue you may encounter every once in a while. This usually is attributed to defects on your audio card. A digital audio converter comes as somewhat a solution to such challenges, in that, upon using a DAC, you’ll no longer have to worry about such poor signals ever again. Your …

The Best 8 Books for Home Studio Recording

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So, you want to learn more about recording and producing in a home studio? You’ve spent hours and hours watching countless YouTube videos and each one says something vaguely similar to the next; all the information is starting to blur at this point. How about turning to books now? So much valuable information that can’t be learned from free videos …

15 Best Studio Recording Products for Guitarists

The guitar is no doubt one of the most popular musical instruments ever made and with the advancement of technology, so much is possible today than it was just a few years ago. The way we perform and record as guitarists is way different than it used to be a decade ago. Back then, recording equipment was largely inaccessible to …

10 Best Chairs for Home Recording Studios

You may not realize it, but chairs for home recording studios are some of the most important yet overlooked items producers and musicians forget about. Most of us probably think about what equipment we need to get in order to record and make music, rather than what to sit on. Think about it though: you don’t want to be hunched …

The 10 Best Studio Monitor Stands for Music Studios

Studio monitors are extremely important in order to mix your audio properly. The most important concept to remember with studio monitors is that placement matters. The angle and height can drastically change how your mix is perceived. Ideally, studio monitors should be placed directly at ear level without any objects blocking it. This is where their trusty counterparts, studio monitor stands, …