Nov. 25

This week has been a busy one... Lots of lessons learned. It seems I undershot the amount of work music editing is. Not only is it an incredible amount of work, if you don’t have access to the equipment needed it would be very costly to get started. So I guess my dreams of working at Abbey Road Studios have come to an end.

As you can see from my video, recording instruments through the computers microphone is probably not going to help you land a record deal in the near future. I will break down the cost of everything needed that I have been using so far… for fun.

So recording a song could be a pretty pricey en devour if you don’t have access to the proper equipment. I am fortunate to be able to borrow things that I don’t have and not be out of pocket for anything, just something to consider. There are plenty of videos out there that will help answer what gear to buy.

I hope the final recording goes well! Thanks for everyone that has helped along the way.

Published by bradraes7578

Vice Principal at Prince Arthur in Moose Jaw, Sk.

4 thoughts on “Nov. 25

  1. Can’t believe how much it all adds up to! Watching you learn Brad has been a great experience for me as well. I think you really stuck with it, learning an instrument on your own is hard enough, let alone all the editing afterwards. I hope we stay in touch on Twitter! Teach hard! 🙂

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  2. Wow – that cost break down really puts into perspective the investment it takes to make this happen. I appreciate the authenticity of this post. I think I spent too much time making my blog post, recording videos/editing videos which really took time away from my learning. This really shows us where you are, what progress you’ve made, and the hiccups you’re encountering. Can’t wait to see what you have in store for next week!

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