September 10, 2015 at 1:31AM
Basic Sound Studio set-up
Hello there awesome NoFilmschool community!
I'm here seeking some advice which should probably not be an issue for most of the professionals here.
I'm a motion designer / director and have my own independent studio. Several of my clients have asked me if I could also provide them with basic sound recording services. So far through the nature of my job I have done a number of sound design jobs and also took care of some recordings a while ago when I was still working as an employee.
So I am basically interested in adding basic but professional voice recording capabilities to my studio. This being said I would like to ask your advice regarding the basic room set-ups and equipment I would need to get started. Any suggestions about individual equipment pieces or kits would be greatly appreciated. Also, would I need a mixer? Or software solutions would suffice (I'm an Adobe Audition user).
So to sum it up. What would I need in terms of:
Additional Software / Hardware solutions
Again, this is just to get me started but it needs to be a solid basic setup on which I could build in the future.
Thank you all in advance!