HOW TO CHOOSE A STUDIO MONITOR?

Here comes some criterions that should be taken into account when purchasing one, you can also look for the one suit you best by searching for Soldier Studio – Best studio monitors.

In your studio or home studio, the choice of studio monitors is essential. Whether you have the latest software or a sound card on top (which also have a major interest), all experts agree on the fact that the choice of good studio monitors is decisive in the composition of your studio. In addition, if you choose well, these are the elements that remain the longest among your entire studio component.

The difference between studio monitors (also known as monitors) and stereo studio monitors is that the monitors are intended to be neutral, i.e. without the stain, reproducing the best recorded sound, unlike the stereo studio monitors that beautify / modify the sound.

Studio monitors will allow you to:

– Distinguish the most of every instrument in the mix

– Hear and correct any faults volume or frequency equalization

– avoid unpleasant surprises when you will discover your music on a new medium

The studio monitor consists of one or more studio monitors and plug into a sound card with an output jack, RCA (red and white stereo jacks) or XLR (as for micro plugs).

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ALL YOU NEED TO TELL APART FROM CLASSICAL GUITAR ACOUSTIC GUITAR

Acoustic and classical guitars are generally accepted to belong to the same kind of guitar. Truth be told the vast majority simply trust that they are only equivalent words for each other or that the acoustic guitar is the traditional guitar and the other way around… A friend of mine really got confused when trying to buy the best acoustic guitar for beginners. Hence, he ended up being advised to buy a guitar from the advice of some experienced users. “Can you tell the different? Cause I think I don’t know much”, he said to me.

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Source: www.guitarcenter.com

Some say both these guitars are actually acoustic which simply means a sound produced within the guitar’s body without using electricity. So how can you distinguish them?

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