“The sound quality isn’t that great.”

How would you like to never hear those words again?

The Recording Revolution was founded by Graham Cochrane. From recording songs in his bedroom to multi-million dollar studios and freelancing for artists and bands worldwide; Graham is passionate about music and audio. He shows anybody smart enough to listen how to get great sounding recordings in their home studio no matter their gear, budget or situation. (I’ve personally followed his advice when setting up my own home studio for less than $200 bucks.)

If you’re ready to discover the truth behind getting great recordings, you’re going to love today’s episode.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • A mention of every tool, technique, and free resource available to get you started with home recording
  • The components of a $300 radio ready home studio
  • Common challenges to great recordings and how to overcome them
  • BONUS: How to know when it’s time leave your job and a roadmap to follow
  • Why Graham says TheRecordingRevolution.com is an “accident”
  • Insight on why people don’t break into the music industry
  • The only 5 things you need to get studio quality recordings

Links and info mentioned in this episode:

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Thanks for Listening!

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A very special thank you to Graham for joining me this week.

Until next time: Rock on and prosper!

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