I live in an apartment and recording music here especially with drums is obviously quite loud and very restricting.

Are there power supplies (AC outlets) in these storage units? Is playing in them even acceptable? If not any other suggestions on how I could go about recording something without going to a studio? Just wanna make demo recordings…nothing too professional (yet)

Thanks!

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Posted by | July 29th, 2010 à 10:59 am



No you can’t… out side of that landlord not allowing it.. if there are any power outlets they won’t be able to handle the power consumed by your equipment. you would end up blowing the fuses of tripping the breaker. out side of the technical stuff the acoustics in a room such as that would sound horriable.. your best bet would be to find a small local studio (cheaper) that you can record at.. or if you want to record your self your best bet would be to get a small room like a bedroom, put up thick bed sheets on the walls or other studio foam stubstitutes and record that way.. the factors that will effect the sound will be the quality of the mics used.. if you want to use condensor mics a cheep one i would recoment would be an mxl 990 it’s cheap and has a full frequancy range. you can use that for a drum over head mic with decent resolts, or you can use a full drum mic set to get good drum sounds. to mic everything else i would recomend shure(sm57 / sm58) or sanheiser mics..
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Posted by | July 29th, 2010 à 11:08 am