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medium-noshadowThe Studio Toolbox – 86 Resources for Your Studio

There aren’t enough hours in the day…

I don’t know where to start…

What is the best hardware and software to buy?

What are some websites/apps/services that can save me time in the studio?

These are all commonly heard phrases in the film / game / TV composing industry.

We all know how busy the life of a composer can be, and just how stressful it can become at times.

However…with the right tools, you can increase productivity, reduce your stress levels, and enjoy a better work/life balance.

But what are the right tools? The Studio Toolbox lays out all of the best tools in the industry that will make your studio more productive.

What’s in The Studio Toolbox?

  • Services: A list of of the best backup services, music tracking services and web hosting companies that will make your life easier!
  • iPad Apps: The best synths, controllers and DAW remotes for the iPad that will speed up your workflow.
  • Studio Gadgets: A large collection of the best microphones, audio interfaces, controllers and other random gadgets that you need to have in your studio.
  • Books: The best books in the industry that you need to read that ensure you stay at the top of your game.
  • Software: A list of  the best sample libraries, synths and plugins that are out there, which you should have in your studio.
  • Useful Websites: Wonder what websites the professionals follow? This is a list of the best and most important websites to subscribe to.



What Are you Waiting For?

The Studio Toolbox eBook is totally free! Simply enter your name into the box below and you’ll be sent a link to download the eBook right away! You’ll finally start saving time, increase productivity and have a better work/life balance as a composer.

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