Follow these steps for a DIY Studio and Building a Sound Proof Booth or learn about Selecting a Microphone and more! Not everyone wants to or even needs to spend money to make professional recordings. Truth be told some of us just make music for the fun of it. Not everyone is looking for fame and fortune, but even if you are looking to make it big in the music industry, a DIY studio is a great place to start.

Depending on your budget you can get this done for under $1,000 and if you really want to save cash, I'm going to show you how to create a fun studio with decent sound for under a $500.

Additionally you can learn how to build a your very own sound proof booth for under $500.

Be Practical

To be honest, you really want to practice before dropping $250 an hour or more at a legit studio. I'd hate to see anyone waste 5 grand practicing. Plus you won't only bore your producer and waste his time, you'll be making yourself look silly and waste tons of cash and lose credibility in the process. There's nothing worse than an unprepared artist. If you want to pay to talk call a shrink!

If you just want to make music for yourself and your friends, want to build a studio for entertainment, have your very own place to practice and/or even just have the convenience of recording whenever you want without making an expensive appointment, DIY is the way to go.

Here is an efficient DIY step by step way to build your own studio. Let's get started, shall we?

Take a look at these options. Option 1 keeps you well under $500 and option 2 is right under $1,000. Contact us with any questions, I'll do my best to help you out! Thanks for reading and best of luck with you DIY Studio!

Feel Free to Mix/Match these product suggestions. Be sure to do the research on the products before you buy them. Most of these come with Easy Install Instructions. Make sure whatever you decide to buy are compatible products. Good Luck!