It’s been quite a few years now since I first learned how to record CDs in my studio. What a milestone moment that was for me after years of searching! We do some manner of recording in the studio at least several times a week, and my students love doing audio recordings of their pieces. We primarily use the direct line recording from the Clavinova, but I would sure love to get to the point where the sound quality is just as good recording acoustically.
I was excited to come across this brief post on Cheap Sound-Proofing Techniques for Small Home Studios. It’s not something I’m going to do any time soon, but it’s great to know that there are viable options for producing higher quality audio recordings right in a home studio!