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If this resource has helped you in some way, please leave a comment describing how. Perhaps it will help spawn new ideas to make the list even more useful.

Some of the most commonly asked questions are about choosing a daw, choosing an interface, microphones, plugins, and outboard gear. This post and those following contain information that will help you begin your research on all those topics. All prices for software and gear are current for 2022.

Table of Contents
Post #1
  • DAWs
  • Interfaces & Converters
  • SDC Microphones
Post #2
  • LDC, Dynamic, & Ribbon Microphones
  • Outboard Gear
Post #4
  • Plugins
  • Video tutorials on Room Treatment, Recording Acoustic Guitar, Monitor Placement, Equalization, Compression, Reverb & Delay, & Noise Reduction
Post #9
  • Video introductions to Specialty Plugins
Post #11
  • Video introductions to Specialty Plugins continued
  • Video tutorials for Mixing
  • Video tutorials for Mastering Audio


DAWs
DAW stands for “Digital Audio Workstation.” It’s what we call the software (sometimes part of an integrated electronic device) that allows us to record & playback audio, edit & manipulate waveforms, and apply effects to our recorded tracks. Choosing the right DAW is an important step. It would be helpful to explore YouTube videos for DAWs you’re considering and pick one that seems most intuitive to you. Also, if you have a friend who is well acquainted with a particular DAW, that can be a huge advantage. Once you settle on a DAW, you might think about looking for a tutorial in book form. It can be a very useful reference to have at hand (or in the lav) while learning how to use the software.

Digital Audio Workstations
The number preceding each DAW is the number of people in this forum who reported using it.
9 Apple Logic Pro ($200)
9 Cockos Reaper ($60 or $225)
7 AVID Pro-Tools ($600 + $200 per year beginning year 2 or $35 month) min.
6 PreSonus Studio One ($400)
5 Bandlab Cakewalk Sonar (free)
4 Adobe Audition (part of Adobe CC or $21 per month)
4 Apple GarageBand (free with Mac OS)
3 Steinberg Cubase ($100-588)
2 Audacity (free)
2 Magix Acid Pro ($200)
2 Magix Sound Forge Pro ($250-350)
2 Reason Studios Reason ($500)
2 Ableton Live ($100-$749)
1 WaveMachine Labs Auria ($25-50)
1 Universal Audio Luna (free but requires UA Apollo interface)
1 Traction Waveform (free-$1069)
1 Steinberg Nuendo ($975)
1 Acoustica Mixcraft ($150)
1 Magix Samplitude ($400)
1 MOTU Digital Performer 10 ($500)


Interfaces and Converters
Converters and Preamps are the heart of any digital studio. Converters are what take analog sound and convert it to digital so it can be stored on your computer. They then take the digital information and convert it to analog sound so you can listen. Most often, both processes happen in the same hardware unit, and also most commonly, the unit will have 1-8 preamps. The number of preamps determines how many microphones you can operate at one time through the unit. When all of these functions exist in a single unit, it is referred to as an “interface.” Sometimes the conversion functions are performed by separate boxes and are referred to as “convertors” (A/D, D/A, and A/D/D/A). When choosing an interface, it’s a good idea to assess your current needs and to make some guess about future needs. Be aware that not all interfaces will be able to attach to your particular computer, so always check the connections available for the model you’re researching.

Here is a list of what forum members are using, or have used. Also included is the name of the forum member using that unit.

Apogee Duet2 (used $250-500) (alohachris)
Apogee Element 46 (used $600-900) (sdelsolray) (min7b5)
Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt (used $1900-2500) (Doug Young)
Apogee Rosetta 200 (used $500-$700) (Mbroady)
Apogee Rosetta 800 (used $600-$850) (Bob Womack)
Audient ID14 (used $135-270) (Wrighty)
Audient ID44 (700) (Knives&Guitars)
Avid Carbon ($4000) (KevWind) (jim1960)
Avid HD Omni (used $530-1300) (KevWind)
Behringer UMC404HD ($180) (phcorrigan)
Behringer XR18 ($700) (phcorrigan)
Focusrite Clarett OctoPre (used $450) (FrankHudson)
Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 3rd Gen ($550) (FrankHudson)
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Gen 3 interface ($169) (Bob Womack) (Chipotle) (FrankHudson) (DCCougar) (CASD57)
Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (used $150) (TBman) (catdaddy)
IK Multimedia AXE I/O ($350) (FrankHudson)
Mackie Onyx / Blackjack (used $50-100) (Rudy4)
M-Audio Air 192/14 ($330) (slowhand)
Metric Halo 2882 (used $500-1500) (DupleMeter)
Metric Halo ULN-2 ($1200) (alohachris)
Metric Halo ULN-8 ($4500) (DupleMeter)
MOTU 16a ($1500) (DupleMeter) (jim1960)
MOTU 24Ao ($1000) (DupleMeter)
MOTU 828es ($1000) (gwlee7)
MOTU M2 ($200) (slowhand) (ljguitar)
MOTU Monitor 8 ($1000) (DupleMeter)
MOTU Ultralite AVB ($650) (ChuckS)
MOTU UltraLite Firewire ($550) (endpin)
MOTU Ultralite MK5 ($600) (SprintBob)
RME Babyface (used $400-600) (alohachris)
RME Fireface UCX ($1600) (Mbroady)
RME Fireface UFX (used $1500) (gwlee7)
Sound Devices MixPre 3M (used $450-$500) (RodB)
SPL Crimson (used $300) (runamuck)
Steinberg UR242 ($230) (DanR)
Universal Audio Apollo Twin interface ($1100-1500) (Bob Womack)
Universal Audio Apollo X4 ($2200) (j3ffr0)
Universal Audio Apollo X8p ($3800) (jim1960)
Universal Audio Apollo X16 ($4500) (jim1960)

A/D (analog to digital) units
Mytek Stereo 96 ADC ($900) (rick-slo)
Mytek Stereo 192 ADC ($1200) (ChuckS)
RME Fireface 802 ($2000) (Cocobolo Kid)

D/A (digital to analog) units
Bryston BDA-2 (used $1200-1500) (Cocobolo Kid)
Lake People RS06 ($1100) (ChuckS)
Pro-ject Pre Box S2 Digital ($500) (ChuckS)

A/D-D/A units
IZ RADAR 24 (used $1300-$2800) (RRuskin)
Lucid 88192 (used $800) (sdelsolray)


Microphones
SDCs (Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphones)
SDCs are the most common microphones used for recording acoustic guitar. SDCs are usually regarded as instrument mics and generally not very good for vocals. They can be used as single mics or paired with another mic (the same or different) to create a stereo image. In general, you can expect a crisp clean and more natural sound from SDC microphones compared to other types of mics.

The “Higher End” and “Lower End” lists are the SDCs most often preferred by both hobbyists and studios. That does not mean you have to choose from those lists to get good recordings. AGF members have offered some less popular mic options with which they’ve had success. The list is organized according to price.

Higher End ($750+ for a single mic)
Gefell M 300 ($790, pair-$1840)
Neumann KM184 ($830, pair-$1550)
Earthworks SR30 ($870)
Gefell M 295 ($1480)
Telefunken ELA M 260 ($1500, pair-$2500)
Josephson E22S ($1500)
Schoeps CMC64 ($1740, pair-$3450)
DPA 4011A ($1800, pair-$3660)
Neumann KM84 (vintage $1800-$2300)

Lower End (under $750 for a single mic)
Lauten Audio LA120 ($420 for pair)
Audio-Technica AT4041 ($300)
Peluso CEMC-6 ($400)
Shure SM81 ($400)
Shure KSM141 ($450)
Earthworks TC25 (used $450)
Beyerdynamic MC930 ($550)
AKG C451B ($600)
Soyuz 013 FET ($600)
Earthworks SR25 ($620)

Lesser known SDC mics owned and recommended by AGF members
Behringer C2 ($49 pair) (robj144)
Line Audio CM4 ($130) (Wrighty)
Line Audio CM3 (cardioid) (n/a) (ChuckS)
Oktava MK-012 ($215) (DukeX)
sE Electronics SE8 ($285) (RodB)
Audio-Technica ATM 350 ($350) (j3ffr0)
Audio-Technica AT4041 ($300) (DukeX)
Shure KSM137 ($350) (islandguitar) (DukeX)
Sennheiser e 914 ($380) (DukeX)
AKG C460B (used $500) (j3ffr0)
3-Zigma CHI TL with capsule of choice ($600) (ChuckS)
AKG C451E (used $500-700) (Bob Womack)
Peluso P-28 ($1150) (alohachris)
Sennheiser MKH40 (cardioid) (used $1100-1300) (ChuckS)
Gefell M296S (omni) ($1280) (ChuckS)


This list continues into the next post...

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LDC (Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphones)
In general, you can expect LDCs to offer a fuller representation of the audio spectrum in the lower frequencies. LDCs are also the preferred microphone for vocal recording. You can record with a single LDC, a pair of LDC, or a combination of an LDC and another type of microphone.

This is a list of LDC microphones owned and preferred by AGF members. It is organized according to price.

AKG Perception 200 (used $85-100) (robj144)
MXL V67 ($75-150) (catdaddy)
Audio Technica AT-2035 ($150) (TBMan)
3U audio CM1 Teal ($165) (DukeX)
Blue Spark (used $125-150) (Dave Hicks)
Rode NT1 (used $200-260) (Bob Womack) (Silly Moustache)
Rode NT1A ($230) (Bob Womack)
ADK A6 (used $150) (jim1960)
3U Audio Warbler MK II ($300) (DukeX)
sE Electronics SE2200 ($350) (RodB)
ADK Hamburg Mk8 ($600 for pair) (phcorrigan)
ADK Vienna Mk8 (used $200) (phcorrigan)
Sony ECM56-F (vintage $350-500) (RRuskin)
Audio Technica AT4033 ($400) (Doug Young)
AKG C414-TLII (vintage $900-1200) (RRuskin)
MXL Revelation I (used $200) (Bob Womack)
Rode NT2000 ($600) (Bob Womack)
ADK 3 Zigma TL w/ either 47, 67, 251, or 12 capsule ($600-650) (RRuskin)
AKGC414B-ULS (vintage $1000-1400) (Bob Womack)
Shure KSM 44A ($1000) (j3ffr0)
AKG C414 B-XL II ($1200) (jim1960)
AKG C414 XLS ($1200) (j3ffr0)
Neumann TLM 103 ($1100) (Doug Young) (Bob Womack)
JZ Amethyst Vintage ($1200) (rockabilly69)
Mojave MA-200 ($1200) (alohachris)
Audio Technica AT4050ST ($1300) (Doug Young)
Sony C-37P (vintage $1300-2600) (RRuskin)
Audio-Technica AT5045 ($1400, $2500/pair) (Cocobolo Kid)
Townsend Labs Sphere L22 ($1500, additional cost for more emulations) (Doug Young)
Lauten Atlantis FC-387 ($1600) (jim1960) (Knives&Guitars)
Gefell UM70 (used $1750-2000) (gwlee7)
JZ Microphones Globe ($1700) (rockabilly69)
AKG C414 COMB (vintage $2000-2700) (Bob Womack)
AKG "The Tube" (vintage $2000-3300) (Bob Womack)
Pearlman TM-1, recent manufacture date ($1800) (Brent Hahn)
Blue Kiwi ($2000) (jim1960)
Sony C-38B (used $1500-2000) (RRuskin)
ADK Z MOD 251 Tube ($3600) (KevWind)
Brauner FET Phantom V (used $3000) (KevWind)
Neumann U89 ($3250) (Doug Young) (Bob Womack)
Neumann TLM-170 ($3100) (Bob Womack)
Neumann U87 ($3200) (Brent Hahn)
AKG 414EB (vintage $2000-7000) (Brent Hahn)
Flea 47 ($4500) (Brent Hahn) (jim1960)
Microtech-Gefell UM 900 ($4200) (alohachris)
Sony C-37A (vintage $6000-8000) (RRuskin)
Brauner VM1 ($6500) (Doug Young)
Neumann U47 (vintage $15000-25000) (Bob Womack)


Dynamic Microphones
Dynamic mics usually have a cardioid pattern and are good at rejecting off-axis sounds.

Beyerdynamic TG V30d ($50) (CASD57)
sE Electronics V3 ($80) (CASD57)
sE Electronics V7 ($120) (CASD57)
Electrovoice EV664 (vintage around $100) (DukeX)
Shure SM58 ($100) (j3ffr0)
Shure SM57 ($110) (CASD57) (j3ffr0)
Sennheiser 845 ($100) (Nama Ensou)
Audio Technica AE6100 ($190) (Nama Ensou)
Sennheiser MD421 ($400) (Bob Womack) (RRuskin)
Heil PR35 ($265) (Nama Ensou)
Beyer M69 TG ($400) (j3ffr0)
Electro-Voice EV-666 (vintage around $350-700) (Brent Hahn)
Beyer M88 TG ($360) (j3ffr0)
Electro-Voice RE15 (vintage $650-950) (RRuskin)
Beyerdynamic M88 ($400) (Brent Hahn)
Shure SM7B ($400) (FrankHudson) (j3ffr0)
Electro-Voice RE20 ($450) (FrankHudson) (j3ffr0)
Shure Unidyne III 545S (vintage around $150-400) (DukeX)
Sennheiser MD 441N (vintage around $500) (Brent Hahn)
Sennheiser MD 441 ($600-800) (Brent Hahn) (Bob Womack)


Ribbon Microphones
Ribbon mics employ a figure-8 pattern so they pick up what’s behind them as well as what is in front of them. To the sides is a null area where essentially no sound is collected. Ribbons are often said to produce a warmer sound than SDCs, LDCs, or dynamics.

Sterling Audio ST170 ($150) (TBMan)
Samar Audio AL95 ($400) (DukeX)
sE Electronics VR1 ($450) (gwlee7)
Royer R10 ($500) (DukeX) (j3ffr0)
Beyerdynamic M160 ($700) (Brent Hahn) (RRuskin)
Cascade X-15 ($520) (Doug Young)
AEA R92 ($800) (j3ffr0)
Fostex M22RP (vintage about $950) (RRuskin)
AEA N22 ($1000) (KevWind) (Doug Young)
Blue Woodpecker ($1000) (jim1960)
AEA R84 ($1100) (RRuskin) (j3ffr0)
RCA 77 (vintage $1200-3000) (Brent Hahn)
Shure KSM313/NE ($1300) (gwlee7)
Coles 4038 ($1400) (Brent Hahn)
Cloud JRS-34 ($1500) (rockabilly69)
RCA 77-DX (vintage $1500-3000) (RRuskin)
Royer R-122 (used $1600-1800) (Cocobolo Kid) (Bob Womack)
Mesanovic Model 2S ($2100) (jim1960)
AEA R88 ($2000) (Doug Young)
RCA 44 (used $3000-4500) (Brent Hahn)
Royer SF24 ($4300) (Doug Young)


Outboard Gear
Preamps
A preamp takes the signal from your microphone or your instrument and makes it loud enough to run into your DAW or other processing gear (compressors, EQs, etc.).

Presonus RC500 (used $400-1000) (rockabilly69)
Audient Mico (used $375-450)
FMR Audio Really Nice Pre ($480) (RRuskin)
Focusrite ISA One Digital ($700) (rockabilly69)
Black Lion Audio Auteur Quad ($800) (midwinter)
Speck MicPre 5.0 ($880) (ChuckS)
Focusrite ISA Two ($1000) (midwinter)
Neumann V476b (used $900-1500) (nsureit)
AEA TRP ($1000) (j3ffr0)
Presonus ADL600 (used $1150) (rockabilly69)
Summit Audio 2BA-221 ($900) (KarenB)
Ted Fletcher TFPro p10 (used $1000) (nsureit)
Daking mic pre II ($1200) (gwlee7)
Demeter VTMP-2b (used $1200-$1750) (Knives&Guitars)
Universal Audio LA-610 (used $1400) (midwinter) (rockabilly69)
Great River MP2-MH (used $1200-$1500) (rick-slo) (Doug Young)
Pendulum SPS-1 (used $1000-$2000) (alohachris)
Sebatron VMP 2000e ($1700) (DukeX)
AEA RPQ ($1500) (Doug Young)
BAE 1073MPF ($1500) (rockabilly69)
dbx 786 (used $1500-1850) (sdelsolray)
*Manley Langevin Dual Vocal Combo (used $1300-1800) (KevWind) (rockabilly69)
Spectra Sonics 101 (used $1500 - $3000) (RRuskin)
*Empirical Labs EL-9 Mike-E ($1700) (Cocobolo Kid)
Hardy M1 2 channels ($1800) (jim1960) (Knives&Guitars)
Neve Portico 5012 (used $1500) (rockabilly69)
Sebatron Axis 200VU ($1850) (jim1960) (SprintBob)
Sebatron VMP 4000e ($1900) (midwinter) (rockabilly69)
*Trident 80B ($2000) (nsureit)
A-Designs Pacifica ($2350) (alohachris)
*Louder than Liftoff Silver Bullet ($2100) (gwlee7)
Drawmer 1960 ($2500) (rockabilly69)
Great River MP-4 (used $2200 - $2400) (RRuskin)
Demeter VTMP-2c ($2500) (jim1960)
Great River MP2-NV ($2300) (alohachris)
A-Designs MP2A ($2850) (KevWind)
*HendyAmps DaVinci (used $2800) (jim1960)
Gordon Model 5 + Gain Control ($2900 + $300) (ChuckS)
Pendulum Audio MDP-1a (used $2900) (sdelsolray) (alohachris)
API 3124+ (used $2500) (alohachris)
Millenial STT-1 ($3400) (alohachris)
Neve 1073 CV ($3600) (alohachris)
Manley Voxbox ($5000) (rockabilly69)
Great River MP-2 (used 1200) (DukeX)
Millenial HV3 (used $1400) (alohachris)
NPNG DMP-2NW (used 2000) (rick-slo)
True Systems P2 (used 900) (Cocobolo Kid)
* denotes channel strip

500 series Preamps
API 312 ($750) (jim1960)
API 512c ($850) (midwinter)
Great River MP-500NV ($800) (RRuskin)
Heritage Audio HA73jr ($950) (midwinter)

Compressors
A compressor reduces the dynamic range (in simplest terms, the difference between the loudest and softest parts of a track) of the audio you run though it.

FMR Really Nice Compressor ($185) (KarenB) (RRuskin)
Allison Research Gain Brain ($250 used) (RRuskin)
AudioScape Buss Compressor ($700) (jim1960) (gwlee7)
Drawmer DL 241 (used $200-300) (midwinter)
AudioScape 76A ($900) (jim1960) (gwlee7)
AudioScape Opto ($1000) (jim1960) (gwlee7)
Drawmer DL441 ($1250) (midwinter)
AudioScape V-Comp ($1400) (jim1960)
dbx 165A (used $1600-2000) (RRuskin)
IGS Tubecore Mastering Vari-Mu Compressor ($3200) (KevWind)

500 series Compressors
AudioScape V3A ($800) (midwinter)
API 527 ($1050) (midwinter)

Equalizers
An equalizer allows you to manipulate specific frequencies or a specific range of frequencies. Just about all allow you to boost, some to cut, and many impart a tone upon the music that runs through them.

Orban 672A (used $200-600) (RRuskin)
Audioscape MEQ-A ($900) (gwlee7)
Audioscape EQP-A ($1100) (gwlee7)
Warm Audio WA273-EQ ($1100) (Mike McKee)
Kush/UBK Clariphonic MS ($2000) (jim1960)
*Neve Shelford 5051 eq/comp requires special chassis ($2500) (nsureit)
Speck ASC (used $500) (RRuskin)

500 series Equalizers
Kush/UBK Electra 500 ($550) (jim1960)
Wunder Audio Allotrope ($950) (midwinter)
Elysia Xfilter ($1000) (jim1960)

500 Series Chassis
A chassis is where 500 series gear is housed. The gear in the chassis share a power supply and can be placed in any order that suits the user.

Lindell 506 (used $250-400) (RRuskin)
CAPI 511-VPR DB25 Rack Bundle ($325 for DIY kit, $100 for psu) (jim1960)
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To all you thieves out there the list entries that are associated with my name actually reflect the mics owned by the studio where I work. I'm fortunate enough to have access to a large mic closet.

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Plugins
Below are some recommended plugins at a variety of price points (including free) in the most common categories. Full 2022 retail prices are shown in parenthesis but please note most of these can be bought on sale during the Black Friday period and during the summer sales, sometimes at GREATLY reduced prices. Check the requirements for any plugin before purchasing. Some may require an iLok.

Equalization
Acustica Coral Bax-ter EQ (free)
elysia niveau filter (free)
FabFilter Pro-Q3 (179)
Kush Clariphonic (199)
lkjb Luftikus EQ (free)
Plugin Alliance Maag Audio EQ4 (229)
Sonible Smart:EQ3 (129€)
Sound Theory Gullfoss (199)
Toyko Dawn Labs TDR Nova (free)
Toyko Dawn Labs TDR VOS SlickEQ (free)
Waves F6 Floating-Band Dynamic EQ (30)
Waves Puigtec EQs (60)
Waves Scheps 73 (60)

Compression
Acustica TAN (free)
AdHd Leveling Tool (free)
Arturia Comp Tube-STA (99)
Brainworks Purple Audio MC 77 (249)
Chandler Limited Curve Bender (299)
FabFilter Pro-C2 (179)
FabFilter Pro-MB (199)
Kazrog True Iron (60)
Klanghelm MJUC (24€)
Klanghelm MJUC jr. (free)
Softube Summit Audio TLA-100A (199)
Softube Tube-Tech CL 1B (449)
Toyko Dawn Labs TDR Kotelnikov (free)
Toyko Dawn Labs TDR Molotok (free)
Waves SSL G-Master Buss Compressor (30)
Waves CLA-76 (30)
Waves PuigChild 670 (30)

Mastering Limiters
DMG Audio Limitless (£149.99)
FabFIlter Pro-L2 (169)
iZotope Ozone Maximizer (varies)
Sonible Smart:Limit (129€)
Sonic Anomaly Unlimited (free)
UAD Precision Limiter+ (199)

Reverb
Audio Ease Altiverb (595)
FabFilter Pro-R (199)
Lexicon Native Bundle (825)
LiquidSonics Cinematic Rooms (199-399)
LiquidSonics Seventh Heaven (69-299)
Smartelectonix Ambience (free)
TAL Reverb 4 (free)
UAD Capitol Chambers+ (349)
Valhalla Vintage Verb (50)

Delay
FabFilter Timeless 3 (129)
Kilohearts Delay (free)
Soundtoys EchoBoy (199)
Tal Dub Delay (free)

Channel strips
Acustica Coffee ‘The PUn’ (free)
Acustica Eminence (free)
Sonimus Burnley 73 (59)
SSL Native Channel Strip 2 (329)
Waves Renaissance Channel (30)

Noise reduction
iZotope RX (399)
Acon Digital Restoration Suite (free-100)

Saturation
AVID Sansamp (free with ProTools)
FabFIlter Saturn 2 (154)
iZotope Ozone 9 Vintage Tape (129-499)
iZotope Trash 2 (free)
Kazrog True Iron (60)
Kit Burier (free)
Klanghelm IVGI (free)
Klanghelm SDRR (29€)
Massey Tapehead (70)
Softube Saturation Knob (free)
Sonnox Oxford Inflator (£115)
Soundtoys Decapitator (199)
Soundtoys Radiator (129)
UAD Ampex ATR-102+ (349)
UAD Studer A800+ (349)

Free Bundles
Melda Production MFreeFXBundle (free)

Virtual instruments
Best Service Emotional Cello* (199)
Eduardo Tarilonte Celtic ERA* (259)
Impact Soundworks Pedal Steel* (179)
Manda Audio MT Power Drumkit 2 (free)
Modartt Pianoteq (149 and up)
Realitone RealBanjo* (60)
Rumpelrausch AZR-3 Drawbar Organ (free)
Sound Magic Piano One (free)
Spectrasonics Keyscape (379)
Spectrasonics Omnisphere (499)
Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover (free)
Spitfire Audio Labs Drums (free)
Splash Sound Gentle Keys* (free)
Steven Slate Drums 5.5 Free (free)
Toontrack EZDrummer (129-179)
Toontrack Superior Drummer 3 (319-419)
Ventus Tin Whistle* (99)

*requires Kontakt
+requires UA hardware w/dsp


VIDEO TUTORIALS
For those just getting started, the videos below offer invaluable information that can help you achieve your goals a little faster. Many of these creators are worth subscribing to as they offer other valuable videos.
Special thanks to AGF members Doug Young, Frank Guidry, and Eric Skye for their excellent videos included in this section.
Note: Some of the videos are from companies selling products. Posting those videos is not a product endorsement but the information the videos contained is valuable enough to warrant inclusion.

Note: There are a plethora of excellent third-party plugins on the market but users are also encouraged to explore and learn the stock plugins that come with their DAW. Some bundled plugins are not only helpful for learning but sound quite good as well.


ROOM TREATMENT
This group is listed first because it’s the easiest and simplest way to improve your results. If you’re not getting good results with your recordings, this should be the first thing you address.
The most popular option for room treatment is GIK Acoustics.
Other companies making similar products, are Acoustimac, ATS, Primacoustic, & RealTraps
Some of these companies will assist you in creating a basic design for treating your specific space.
Companies that make only foam products are not listed because the efficacy of foam is much less than that of rockwool or fiberglass insulating materials.






RECORDING ACOUSTIC GUITARS
"One of the challenges of recording acoustic guitar is "what is accurate?". We're used to hearing the guitar from behind, the mics hear it from the front. All mics hear different than our ears. Every mic is subtly different, not just LD vs SD. Every inch you move the mics will create a somewhat different sound. Every room you play in, the guitar will sound different. And then there's the playback issues. Your speakers will sound different than mine and so on. Fletcher Munson means you will hear the sound differently as you turn the volume up or down. It gets to be a bit complicated, and the more you think about it, the less you know what's 'real.'"
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MONITOR PLACEMENT



EQUALIZATION
Some of the more popular companies creating equalizers are:
Acon, Brainworx, FabFilter, Kush, Oeksound, Plugin-Alliance, Sonnox, SSL, Universal Audio, Waves




COMPRESSION
Some of the more popular companies creating compressors are:
Brainworx, FabFilter, Klanghelm, Kush, MeldaProduction, Plugin-Alliance, Softube, Sonible, SSL, Tokyo Dawn, Universal Audio, Waves




REVERB AND DELAY
Companies making popular reverbs and delays:
Audio Ease, Eventide, FabFilter, LiquidSonics, Relab, Sound Toys, Universal Audio, Valhalla, Waves




NOISE REDUCTION
Some of the more popular noise reduction software is created by:
Acon, Antares, iZotope




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Wow did you manually go through posts and compile all this data?

I've got the RME Babyface Pro, which is the updated version of the Babyface. All the inputs are built into unit, so no messy breakout cables. It has two XLR inputs with preamps, and two line level inputs. I've thought I should get an additional external stereo pre, which would give me 4 inputs.

I love its small form factor and the fact that it runs totally on USB power. RME's Total Mix software is really good. I do all my casual music listening through it and my studio monitors.
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Well that certainly changes my plans for the weekend.
Har-har-har! I love it!

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Ribbon Microphones
Ribbon mics employ a figure-8 pattern so they pick up what’s behind them as well as what is in front of them. To the sides is a null area where essentially no sound is collected. Ribbons are often said to produce a warmer sound than SDCs, LDCs, or dynamics.

Sterling Audio ST170 ($250) (TBMan)
sE Electronics VR1 ($400) (gwlee7)
Beyerdynamic M160 ($700) (Brent Hahn) (RRuskin)
Cascade X-15 ($750) (Doug Young)
Fostex M22RP (vintage about $950) (RRuskin)
AEA N22 ($1000) (KevWind) (Doug Young)
Blue Woodpecker ($1000) (jim1960)
AEA R84 ($1100) (RRuskin)
RCA 77 (vintage $1200-2400) (Brent Hahn)
Shure KSM313/NE ($1300) (gwlee7)
Coles 4038 ($1400) (Brent Hahn)
Cloud JRS-34 ($1500) (rockabilly69)
RCA 77-DX (vintage $1500-2300) (RRuskin)
Royer R-122 ($1800) (Cocobolo Kid) (Bob Womack)
Mesanovic Model 2S ($1950) (jim1960)
AEA R88 ($2000) (Doug Young)
RCA 44 ($2800) (Brent Hahn) (RRuskin)
Royer SF24 ($4300) (Doug Young)
Actually, I don't own an RCA 44. I have a B&O Modified by Stephen Sank with RCA 44 ribbon stock. B&O is the forerunner of Royer.
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If it's not too late, I'd like to mention a couple more things.

1. I've got an Apogee One with a $50 outboard phantom supply that makes it a two-mic-input interface. Darn good, tiny, portable, USB-powered.

2. Best sounding a/d converter I own, weirdly enough, is a TC Finalizer Plus set on Bypass with the Lookahead defeated (which is either difficult or impossible on the fancier Finalizers).

Also, anyone who has standalone converters is going to have preamps feeding them. My first go-to are my API's.
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SPECIALTY PLUGINS
The following plugins, recommended by AGF members, fall outside the more common areas of equalization, compression, reverb, delay, and channel strips. You may find them useful in your musical journey.

Blue Cat Stereoscope Pro $99
A unique tool to compare the stereo image of several tracks in real time.
  • Multiple tracks real time stereo field analyzer: visualize and compare the stereo image of several audio tracks on the same screen.
  • Unique data sharing technology with multi-core processors support.
  • Compute and display the difference between curves for easy response curve measurement.
  • Animated zoom for all views.
  • Precise measurement capabilities. Easy phase cancelation and mono compatibility issues detection on multiple tracks or within an effect chain.
  • Instant, peak and average curves display for each track.
  • Save the curves for easy A/B comparison.
  • Opacity control for the user interface.
  • Custom absolute and relative threshold control.


Celemony Melodyne $99-849
Melodyne grants you unrivaled access to all the musical details in your recordings and samples – note by note. This is made possible by a sophisticated analysis that delves deeply into your recordings and samples, and recognizes and understands the musical relationships within them: the individual notes and their characteristics, the scales, keys and chords, the timing, the tempo, the tone color. And with Melodyne you can edit all these things intuitively. With vocals, but every type of instrument as well – including polyphonic ones, such as the piano and guitar.


iZotope Insight $199
With Insight 2, you can monitor changes made during mixing and mastering, troubleshoot problematic mixes, ensure the intelligibility of your dialogue, and achieve compliance with broadcast loudness standards.
  • Customizable UI
  • Relay Plug-in
  • Spectrogram
  • Intelligibility Meter


iZotope RX De-Click $129-1199
The De-click plug-in and module in iZotope RX automatically identifies and removes clicks, pops, and digital impulse noises that can ruin a listening experience. Use De-click when polishing audio transfers and other recordings suffering from quality degradation, digital errors, cell phone interference, and more with the low-latency De-click algorithm.


Kazrog True Iron $60
True Iron accurately emulates 6 classic line transformers. Models are based on the UTC 108 X, the Malotki E4M – 4001B, the Western Electric 111C, the Haufe V178, the Marinair LO1166/A , and the UTC O-12. These transformers add weight, heft, and girth to your mixes and masters.


Leapwing StageOne $199
StageOne gives you unparalleled control over aspects of your stereo field, either to widen stereo audio, add perceived depth, or even give mono signals a stereo image so they fit better in the mix. You can adjust width, depth, and mono spread without phase or mono-compatibility problems; all thanks to a unique algorithm that produces clean results every time.
  • Widen Stereo Audio - Widen how listeners perceive off-center content and give your stereo audio a richer panorama of sound. You can rely on this unique algorithm in a wider range of applications than traditional solutions as it leaves the phantom center untouched.
  • Add the Perception of Depth - Get a natural sense of ambience and draw attention to or from parts of your mix. Directionally optimized reflections can psycho-acoustically adjust the position of audio within a sound field until you feel everything is in place.
  • Add Rich Stereo to a Mono Source - Create a stereo panorama and take mono audio into a stereo field. Balance mono and stereo elements within a mix without sacrificing mono compatibility.


Mastering the Mix Levels $68
LEVELS is a metering plugin that identifies problems with your music's loudness, peaks, dynamic range and stereo spread. If an issue is detected with your music, the problematic section will glow red. All green = no issues and you can get back to making music.


Mastering the Mix Reference $68
REFERENCE will help you compare the original production you’re working on in your DAW to your chosen reference tracks. If your mixes don’t sound as professional as commercially successful songs, REFERENCE will give you the tools and guidance to resolve this. You can drag and drop your favourite songs into the UI, then jump back and forth between your original and your reference. REFERENCE will level match your songs by default. This crucial feature will allow you to compare songs without bias, as humans perceive louder songs to have more bass and more clarity. So you’ll make better, more informed mixing decisions using REFERENCE.


Nugen Audio Mastercheck $199
MasterCheck is the complete optimisation solution for today’s delivery services, a plug-in providing the tools to make sure your music reaches the listener as intended. Streaming apps, download stores and podcasts all use data compression, loudness normalisation or both. These processes can affect your track in undesirable ways: your loud, punchy mix could end up quiet and flat, or suffer clipping and distortion.
MasterCheck reveals these problems ahead of time, and enables you to deliver masters perfectly tuned for specific playout systems.
MasterCheck demonstrates the effects of loudness normalisation so you can find the sweet spot between perceived loudness and dynamics, and allows you to hear artefacts introduced by the encoding process ahead of time. You can quickly find the point where these processes will start to negatively impact the music, putting you back in control.


Oeksound Soothe2 $219
soothe2 is a dynamic resonance suppressor. It identifies problematic resonances on the fly and applies matching reduction automatically. This results in a smoother, more balanced sound and saves you from having to notch out the frequencies by hand. The reduction kicks in only when and where needed without affecting the nearby frequency areas. This preserves the timbre of the original sound source and results in transparent treatment with minimal artefacts.
soothe2 can be used to reduce harshness, sibilance and mud from the sound source, and excels in fixing a range of problems.


Process Audio Decibel
The Super Meter is a unique (and customizable) way to visualize the three most important measurements of your sound. Loudness (LUFS), dynamics (TrueDyn), and peaks (True Peak).


Softube Weiss Deess $199
The Weiss Deess has two completely independent bands. Most de-essers have one, but almost no sibilant has a single-frequency focus, especially when you’re dealing with complex material or mastering applications. The variety of filter shapes and excellent band-width control, allows you to home in on precisely what you need to deal with, without collateral damage.


Sonarworks Sound ID Reference for Headphones $99
SoundID Reference sets the frequency response target to be completely flat across all audible frequencies. The headphone frequency response target is designed to emulate neutral-sounding speakers. With calibrated headphones you can seamlessly switch between speakers, headphones, projects, and mix with full confidence in sound.


Sound Radix Auto-Align $149
Auto-Align is an automatic microphone alignment and phase correction plug-in.
When recording an instrument with more than one mic, sound tends to reach each microphone at a slightly different time, causing some frequencies to cancel each other out and other frequencies to build up unnaturally. This phenomenon is known as the comb-filter effect.
Auto-Align will analyze your multi-mic recording and will automatically detect and compensate for the delay between the microphones sample-accurately, significantly reducing the comb-filter effect and dramatically improving the resulting sound.
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I had an idea for this list as a useful resource and asked for responses in other threads over the past few weeks.



So that's heading into one-off territory, yes?



I'd add them if I could but I really am right up against the 10K character limit. I had to remove language to make the post fit.
Maybe start a brand new thread with a similar title.

If you immediately create a number of posts with something like "holding for content" written, they will be available for your list content to add, edit, and will be all at the top of your new thread.

Now you can copy and paste the list from this thread, category or subcategory, with one category dedicated per post instead of all of them stuffed into a single post and then overflowing. You will have room to grow in each category/subcategory.

When you create your first series of posts which will exist for your list categories, you may wish to create a couple extra empty posts in case some new category or division is needed in the future. They'd be lost if added months later, 5 pages into the conversations. If pre-planned, you can then edit each of your personally created posts as you need forever.

Not sure if the above makes sense, but your comment about the limit made me think about it more since I maintain another type of list on the forum. From time to time I do make changes and additions. Thankfully, I just checked and I'm well under the 10,000 character limit.
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SPL Vitalizer $199
By applying psychoacoustic and audiometric principles, the Vitalizer achieves a verifiable enhancement in sonic quality. The Vitalizer processes only the original signal and generates no artifacts.
Patented filtering techniques highlight the richness of the audio signal in all its detail, while the interactive parameters make it possible to alter the sound in a musical and effective way.
One of the Vitalizer’s main features is the un-masking of overlapping sounds. The way it works is, in principle, opposite to the way compression formats (MP3, etc.) do: instead of deleting allegedly unnecessary information, it enhances it. In order to do that, the Vitalizer takes into account the perception of a frequency in relation to its volume.
The hidden gem in this EQ is the Stereo Widening circuit, which sounds amazing on stereo guitars, drums, keys, and any other stem buss.


UAD Little Labs Voice of God (requires the use of UA DSP hardware) $149
This unique 500 series module allows you to intuitively shape the all-important low frequencies of your mix, as well as add depth and “oomph” to vocals and other sources.
  • Easily add size and weight to any source
  • Craft bass frequencies on drums, bass, and more, far beyond simple EQing
  • Make your mixes’ low-end leaner, tighter, and punchier
  • Add chest resonance and “heft” to vocals


Voxengo MSED free
MSED is a professional audio encoder-decoder AAX, AudioUnit and VST plugin for mid-side processing which is able to encode (split) the incoming stereo signal into two components: mid-side pair, and vice versa: decode mid-side signal pair into stereo signal.
MSED is also able to work in the “inline” mode with the ability to adjust mid and side channels’ gain and panning without the need of using two plugin instances in sequence.
MSED can be used to flip the phase of the mid and side channels by 180 degrees, and swap the stereo channels, and to extract the mid or side channel.
MSED features the “plasma” vector scope, stereo correlation and balance meters which make it easier to monitor the stereo information present in the audio signal.


Waves Bass Rider $30
Bass Rider is an innovative, easy-to-use plugin that rides bass levels automatically. A companion to our popular Vocal Rider plugin, Bass Rider delivers perfect bass levels, without changing the natural sound of your bass. Optimized especially for the frequency range and envelope characteristics of bass instruments, Bass Rider covers all the basses: DI, amplified, acoustic, synth, upright—you name it.
A real timesaver with dedicated studio and live components, Bass Rider keeps bass levels in check and solid throughout your mix. Unlike a compressor, Bass Rider works note by note, without disturbing their inner dynamics, so they sustain and decay naturally. Best of all, since Bass Rider keeps your levels steady with automatic gain adjustment, now you can focus on the feel and flow of your bass—and use compression to add color and character.


Waves X-Click $30
Ideal for restoring vintage vinyl and shellac records, X-Click removes strong transient noise like clicks, spikes, switching noise, and digital crosstalk while preserving the sonic integrity of your source material.


Waves CLA Bass $30
Chris Lord-Alge on CLA Bass: “From sub-shaking smooth sounds to Mr. Buzzsaw, CLA Bass is just what the doctor ordered. The plugin was designed to help you lay down a solid foundation for any song. It gives you six essential effects: bass, treble, compression, sub, distortion, and chorus/flange. Whether you want it to rip, roar, growl, bark, or cut, CLA Bass delivers.”



MIXING



MASTERING AUDIO
Many mistakenly believe that mastering is simply a process to make music louder but mastering is much more involved than that, as these videos will demonstrate.

If you’re looking for a quick primer on mastering, these videos go through the basic steps.



If you want to dive deeper into the subject, iZotope released a fantastic series of mastering videos. The series is divided into three seasons of six episodes. If you’re serious about learning the craft of mastering audio, these are worth the time investment.

Season 1


Season 2


Season 3
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I think you have provided a great source of info and should be thanked for all the work . So

Should you decide to continue , possibilities could occupy your time well through the holidays

Off hand I can think of a few

Computers

Monitoring systems.
A. speakers
B. headphones

Outboard processing units.
A. analog
B. digital




I find the lists interesting and keep being surprised by gear I have not heard of

In any case thanks again for all your work.
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That's an interesting job description. How much does it pay? I'm pretty sure breaking into Bob Womack's workplace would be more profitable. I just need to trick him into giving me the address.
Oh, I'd say that we are a pretty bad bet. Our campus has its own police force, believe it or not.

Thank you for aggregating all this info for the community!

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Thank you for aggregating all this info for the community!
I was happy to do it and I'm glad others see it as a useful resource.

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Off hand I can think of a few

Computers

Monitoring systems.
A. speakers
B. headphones

Outboard processing units.
A. analog
B. digital
I thought about it but let's see if people make use of what I've already done.
Speaking of headphones, I've been going back and forth in my head for months about what might very well be a really stupid purchase. Yesterday I convinced myself to go for it and tomorrow a pair of Focal Clear Professional headphones will be showing up at my door. I'm really hoping all I keep hearing about these isn't just hype.

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The thing that surprised me most was the diversity is the DAW and interface categories. I had no idea there was so many DAWs out there, and I assumed many people here were using the same interfaces but the reality is that very few are.

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Oh, I'd say that we are a pretty bad bet. Our campus has its own police force, believe it or not.
That's good info to know. If you have anymore information to help me plan this heist, please pass it along. You have no idea how badly I've wanted my own vintage 47. And if I come across a 67, that's going in the loot bag too. I'll look for your reply after I do some research on countries without extradition agreements with the US.
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Speaking of headphones, I've been going back and forth in my head for months about what might very well be a really stupid purchase. Yesterday I convinced myself to go for it and tomorrow a pair of Focal Clear Professional headphones will be showing up at my door. I'm really hoping all I keep hearing about these isn't just hype.
I have read about the Focal's but don't know anybody using them. Will be interested to see what you think.

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