Here’s an entry level Home Recording studio setup that utilizes a Fire-wire interface and doesn’t use a mixer.
If you are a musician or a group of musicians who have you recently started exploring the world of music production, here’s an entry level (budget) studio that you could setup with minimum cost.
What Can You Use It For?
You can use this setup for the following:
Here’s what you need for your home studio/rig:
PreSonus FireStudio Mobile FireWire Audio Interface
10-input, 6-output FireWire audio interface that can be powered right from your laptop.
Studio Projects B1 Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
Suited for a wide variety of recording applications.
M-Audio Oxygen 25-Key USB Keyboard MIDI Controller
Features eight assignable knobs, plus dedicated transport and track select buttons.
Mackie MR5mk2 Reference Monitor
Heavy-duty monitors that are perfect for any recording artist or audiophile looking to upgrade their studio arsenal.
Sony MDR7506 Large-Diaphragm Foldable Headphones
Comfortable and these phones have everything a musician needs for the studio or on the road.
Steinberg Cubase Music Production Software
Powerful DAW for any home and project studio, it offers a range of proven editing and sequencing tools.
How to Connect These?
Once you have these equipment, you need to connect these together, which is not difficult at all, considering that there are not many equipment in the setup.
Here are some suggestions: