Ken Theriot

Biography

Ken Theriot is a musician, voice-over actor, recording engineer and author. He has been recording and producing music for over 20 years. He started the web site Home Brew Audio (http://www.homebrewaudio.com) to help people set up and use their home studios to produce high quality audio without having to spend a fortune (the starting budget is “zero-to-five dollars”), and without having to have a masters degree in audio engineering. Home Brew Audio is all about getting the point across so “regular non-techie" people can understand the concepts, which truly
aren’t hard. They just seem that way because too often the explanations come from “tech guys” whose second language is “engineer-ese.”

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Books

How To Build A Home Recording Studio
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 6,120. Language: English. Published: June 3, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Digital media / audio, Nonfiction » Music » Recording & reproduction
(3.00)
Step-by-step guide for building a computer-based home recording studio capable of producing professional quality music, voice-overs, video narration, podcasts, audio books, etc. Start recording pro audio for less than $100 - virtually anyone can afford it. Then upgrade as needed. The book gives you a gear shopping list as well as tips for optimizing audio quality regardless of what gear you use.
Audio Recording Awesomeness: 5 Things I Wish I’d Known As An Audio Newbie
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,880. Language: English. Published: June 2, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Digital media / audio, Nonfiction » Music » Recording & reproduction
(5.00)
All the things I wish I'd known when I first started recording audio – distilled for you in easy-for-anyone-to-understand (and also humorous) way. If you want to start recording pro quality music, voice-overs, podcasts, video narrations, etc., then this book will help you get started on a shoe-string budget. If you already record your own audio, you can make it better with the tips in this book.

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