Home Recording
Home Recording: Categories
  • Studio Monitors

    These speakers are designed for flat, accurate response so you can hear exactly what's going on in your mix.

  • Studio Mixers

    These mixers combine all your sound sources and offer extensive processing and mixing capabilities for fine-tuning recordings.

  • Recording Microphones

    These mics are designed to capture fine sonic detail for use in home recording and studio environments.

  • Recorders and Players

    Shop here for compact handheld digital recorders and studio-grade CD players.

  • Signal Processors

    Shop for compressors, EQs, crossovers, and other processors that help you fine-tune audio signals for professional results.

  • Computer Recording

    Shop for audio interfaces that can turn your computer into a digital studio recorder.

  • Pro Audio Headphones

    These headphones are designed to give you accurate sound and hold up to the rigors of life in the recording studio.

  • Microphone Preamps

    Microphone preamps do the crucial job of cleanly boosting microphone-level signals before they can be fed to your mixer, recorder, or computer.

  • Home Recording Bundles

    Get your home recording project up and running quickly with these convenient bundles.

  • Cables & Snakes

    Mic cables, instrument cables, and more for making connections you need in your basement or studio.

  • Direct Boxes

    A direct box allows you to connect your instrument directly to your audio interface, for clean sound and flexible signal-routing options.

  • Power Conditioners

    Protect your recording gear from harmful power anomalies, and reduce electrical noise that can undermine sound quality.

  • Stands

    Shop here for speaker stands, mic stands, and monitor stands.

Video: Intro to home recordingWant to get into home recording, but not sure where to begin? Crutchfield takes a look at the basics of setting up a home recording studio in this short video.

Microphones buying guideNot all microphones are created equal. Different types of mics are made for different purposes. Knowing those differences can help you choose the microphone best suited to your needs.