You have: A spool of yarn, fishing wire, a closet full of winter coats and your recording equipment. Now, build a recording studio.
Knowing how to build an ad hoc studio is a crucial skill for indie audio makers of all skill levels. All the greats have been there — from Radiotopia podcasters recording voiceovers under the covers to NPR’s Ari Shapiro, who has been tracking under coats and suit jackets across the world. Sometimes achieving that professional, NPR sound means grabbing your Tascam and holing up in the closet.
AIR put out a call to members and producers. We asked you show us where you make radio (#studioselfie), and, as usual, you all delivered.
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