As most of you know, Home Studio Corner had her first birthday last month. (My little baby is growing up.)

Over the past year I’ve posted 266 articles here on HSC, including 56 tutorial videos. I’ve also launched two training courses (HSC Production Club and and one Pro Tools video tutorial (Understanding Pro Tools).

I’ve got lots of plans for the next year, but before I go any further I want your input. HSC is all about you. There would be no HSC without you, and I want to focus on the things that are most important to you.

If you like Home Studio Corner, please take a minute or two to fill out this quick survey.

Click here to fill out the survey now.

There are only five questions, and it will really help me as I move forward. Thanks!

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  • Done 🙂

  • Love the post on Gear Acquisition Syndrome!!!
    So true!!!

    • We should start a support group or something…

  • Mark B.


  • More stuff on using Pro Tools for video work.

  • david

    I just started to check out your site.
    Thee only problem is that I am recording using analog tape.
    I find the sound quality to be much better.

    I have considered recording on analog tape to mix down on CD.

    It would be nice to cover analog recording for those who still prefer analog tape.


    • chrisw92

      I have all ways wanted to know what different techniques analogue guys use to mix, for example I could just use an impulse response to get a particular reverb but analogue mixing engineers need to actually play and record in the room they wanted reverb from… I find it so fascinating, especially how the doctor who theme was originally created.

  • Tim “T-Bone” Pawlaczyk

    How to make it better? Well first off you are doing very well with what you have put forth so far. I like your site big time.

    More product reviews could help. More Mastering how to posts/videos (i.e. compresssion, EQ, ect). More sound bites explaining the various processes your writing about. In a nut shell your already one of the better sites on this matter and I thank you for that Sir.

    Cheers – Tim