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    Studio Setup Please Help.

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    I really would like to know where can I find out some information about studio equipment. Like Monitors, Mics, Pre Amps, Audio Interfaces, Soundcards, ect. Not so much where I can find them but where I can learn like what the differences are and what they mean because when I go to a music store like guitar center and read the boxes alot of the time I am puzzled as to what alot of these terms on the package means. Id like to become more well informed so I can help myself and stop asking questions like this on messageboard because I know the information is on the internet somewhere. Thanks for your help.

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    click on the resources tab up top for the music dictionary. Helped me out alot.
    Last edited by BThrowd; 09-09-2004 at 02:23 AM.
    ya dig?

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    google it as well.

    www.google.com

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    [URL=http://www.soundclick.com/millionpoundproductions][IMG]http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a326/ppksam/logo1.png[/img][/url]

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    Subscribe to Electronic Musician and Keyboard for a year ... read every issue cover-to-cover. At first you'll feel like an idiot 'cuz you won't understand a damned thing. But, after a while it starts to gel.

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    Or, last but not least. If all of that still doesn't cut it, you can always do a search on FP. Or even ask, after you do a search.

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    Originally posted by questionsandanswers
    google it as well.

    www.google.com
    I did that why would I wait for answers if it was that easy and I could do it in a couple of minutes lol. When I put it in google I only found places that sold equipment.

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    Originally posted by vibes87
    www.tweakheadz.com

    then go to guide
    Last edited by erbium; 09-09-2004 at 10:30 AM.

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    I agree with dansgold: read every issue of Future Music, Electronic musician, EQ magazine and MIX magazin. They have tons of gear review, and talk about studio setups and production techniques all the time. Stay away from magazines like Recording Magazine, or Computer Music. Total crap magazines.

    Also, visit music production forums regurlarly, read the threads and talk to people.

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    I'd like to add Sound On Sound to the list of the must-read mags

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