-Video Training Course -
Home Studio On A Budget
Introduction - Do You Need a Home Studio? Why Take This Course?
Already trying to create your own podcasts, videos or music? Here's why having a cozy little studio in your home can help you get to the next level.
Couse Info - How to take this course?
My recommendations for getting the most out of this course.
Costs - How Much Is This Going to Cost Me? What Do I Need to Buy?
Mo money mo results? Not really. You can start small and scale up if really required.
Planning, Designing & Modifying Your Studio
Space - Whats is The Best Space or Place to Create Your Home Studio?
Location, location, location. Selecting a good space to build your studio is the most important thing you'll have to do.
Entrance - The Entrance to Your Studio is Mysteriously Important
Don't let the door hit your pretty face (or your expensive equipment) when you want to get into or leave your studio.
Lighting - Analyze & Identify Ambient Light for Greater Consistency
Follow the light and you will gain new clarity when recording videos.
Improving Acoustics - The Echo Problem and Unwanted Noise
Hello... Hello... Helllloo.. Ouch lets get rid of that nasty echo!
Padding Your Studio with Foam Panels & Bass Traps
Let's get rid of unwanted echo by padding the walls of your studio. It can even make your studio look more cool!
Foam Panels 101 - How to Buy & Use Foam Panels
Someone said foam?
Some Afforable Options to Get Good Audio in Your Home Studio
Get started with a low budget, but still get high-quality audio in your studio.
A Huge Microphone That Records Perfect Podcasts
Are you a podcaster, or are you trying to create better screencast videos? This microphone might be what you need.
The Most Flexible & Portable Microphone for All Your Videos
Investing in a lavalier microphone is your best bet if you do a variety of stuff in your studio.
Moving Around a Lot? Live Action Shots? Here's a Solution
Moving around a lot means you'll need an audio capture device that moves with you.
Getting Better Lighting & Lighting Equipment
Three-Point Lighting: Basic Lighting Setup for Great Videos
With just three lights, you can get a really good look for your videos.
Introduction to Using a Softbox For Lighting Your Subject
Getting a softbox is essential to light up your subject (you?) and create better videos.
The Components of a Softbox, And Softbox Buying Guide
Let's dissect a softbox and understand what makes it work, as well as what you need to look out for when buying a softbox.
Lights That Will Last Forever (Or So They Say) & Make You Look Sharp!
L.E.D lights are supposed to be energy-efficient & last ages. Myth or reality?
Recording Better Video & Video Equipment
Positioning Your Internal Webcam for Best Results
Don't want to display the contents of your nostril to your audience? Then you have to position your laptop correctly when using the built-in HD webcam.
External HD Webcams As The Main / Additional Video Capture Device
No built-in webcam? No worry. There are tons of external HD webcams you can buy that records great videos easily.
Advanced Studio Techniques for Recording Video
How to Choose The Right Green Screen for Your Studio
Bigger is not always better! Choosing the right type of green screen can help you save money and avoid frustration..
Green Screen Recording in Your Home Studio
Basics of recording videos with green screen / chromakey.
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