It’s amazing to think about how far recording equipment has come. Not only is it possible to record a Grammy-winning album in your bedroom these days, but the tools needed are way more accessible than ever before. It’s very possible to bag yourself a basic home studio set up for not a lot of cash at all – and that’s especially true when Guitar Center decides to drop the prices of big-name recording brands in their ‘Express Yourself’ sale.
From microphones to studio monitors, audio interfaces to headphones, there are savings to be had on every aspect of home recording. So no matter if you are a dance producer looking to expand your MIDI keyboard, a rock guitarist looking to lay down some solos, or a podcaster seeking the perfect vocal mic, you’ll find it in this sale.
If you want to take advantage of these prices, then you’ll need to be quick as this sale ends on 21 September.
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With so much on offer, it can be difficult to know where to start, so to make it easier, we’ve gone through the items on sale and picked out a few of our favourites.
First up, we have to mention the absolutely brilliant Universal Audio Apollo Solo. Universal Audio are a leading name in the world of audio interfaces and the Apollo proves why. Coming loaded with a Unison mic preamp as well as guitar amp emulations from Neve, API, Avalon, Manley, Marshall and Fender, this is one of the best audio interfaces on the market – and it’s even better with $200 off.
A good pair of monitors can make or break your mixes, so it pays to have a decent set in your home studio. The M-Audio BX3 Graphite 3.5″ Powered Studio Monitors are now down to only $109.99, making them the perfect choice for producers on a budget.
Whether you are a singer, guitarist or play any other instrument for that matter, you’ll want to have a good quality condenser microphone to hand for capturing all the nuances of your chosen instrument. One of our go-to mics is the ever-popular AKG C214, which with its robust build, wide dynamic range and ultra-low noise, is the perfect studio companion and it’s even better with $100 slashed off the price.
Obviously, there are many more great studio products on offer, so we implore you to take a look for yourself, as now might be the best time to give your home studio space a much-needed upgrade!