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You can be the best circuit designer in the world and find yourself lost
in the vocabulary and sheer volume of choices in the home recording world.
Prepare to spend some time in your local music store or, better yet, with
someone who has a system up and running. And avoid the common misstep
of designing your home recording studio one component at a time. You could
run out of money before you're through and end up with a mismatched,
expensive system. Better to configure the entire system and then look for the
Of course, you can save money — and have fun — by making your own
cables, effects boxes, and signal monitoring devices. NV
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