Discover How To Record Mix-Ready Tracks In Your Rehearsal Room!

Learn the best way to finally make that record of your dreams, remove the guesswork, make confident decisions and capture tracks that can be turned into solid gold. 

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What Readers Say about the Guide

“Excellent guide for me as a beginner!”

Carlos Reis

“Hi, I just wanted to say thank you for the advice, it really helps a lot and it's so nice to find people that like to help as much as you do. Really, thank you!”

Jonathan Navarrete


What’s Inside the Guide?

Steps 1-3

It all starts with writing great songs, arranging them well and working on your playing or singing technique.

Steps 4-7

Then you gotta get the gear you really need, set up a pre-production rig, make demos and analyze them thoroughly.

Steps 8-10

And finally you want to treat your room, set up the final recording rig, record your songs well and send the tracks off for mixing and mastering! 

About the Author

Benedikt Hain

Benedikt is a professional record producer and mixing engineer and he believes the self-recording artist is the future of the music industry.

Starting out in 2007 he's been recording his own bands out of necessity and soon discovered his passion for it. This led to a full time career producing and mixing bands from over ten different countries and making records that got released on labels worldwide.

There are already lots of success stories from DIY-bands that Benedikt coached through the recording process. And there could be even more if only people knew the stuff that he's learned the hard way over the years. Benedikt wants to save you all the headache and make your next release a success story, too!

That's why he came up with "The Self-Recording Band". He's on a mission and he means it.

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