Our gift ideas for the home-studio

Our gift ideas for the home-studio

In recent years, recording has become an essential part of almost every musician’s life, whether with the band in a professional studio or in a home studio. The equipment is better and cheaper than ever before, and the number of informative tutorials on recording has never been as great as it is today. We are here to tell you what you might need, whether you are just getting started or already have plenty of experienced in the studio. 


Steinberg UR22
A 24 bit / 192 kHz audio interface with two microphone preamps/jacks. Ideal for getting into home studio recording! → See more USB audio interfaces


Focusrite Scarlett 18i20
A 24-bit interface, 96 kHz, 18 inputs and 20 outputs. Comes with Ableton Live Lite and a collection of Scarlett plugins and Novation Bass Station. Excellent materials with quality written all over them → See more USB audio interfaces


KRK RP8 RoKit G3 Bundle

Active 100 watt speakers, the KRK RoKits are perfectly balanced. The highs are marvellous and the bass is powerful! → See more active nearfield monitors


Shure SM 7 B
A legendary microphone for studios, radio voices, guitar amps and even saxophones! The high quality workmanship makes it a very robust microphone. The sound is warm and deep and the mic very precise. Simply a must! → See more large-diaphragm microphones


Beyerdynamic DT-1770 Pro 250 Ohm
A set of headphones that is likely to become a reference point in studios all around the world. The acoustics are comparable to its older brother, the DT 770, but with more clarity and precision! → See more studio headphones


Zoom R16-05564
This is a multi-track recorder, USB audio interface and control panel with 8 combo mic/line/instrument inputs! Unbeatable in this price range and perfect for recording your own band!  → See more compact recorders


Native Instruments Maschine MK2 Black
A great tool for composing. This “Maschine” is highly intuitive and comes with Native Instruments Komplete software as well as the sequencer Massive and 6 GB of sounds! → See more virtual instruments and samplers


Presonus Monitor Station V2
A monitor controller complete with a talkback function. You will find nothing better in this price range!
See more monitor controllers


Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S61
This master keyboard is optimised for Komplete 9 and 10. It will save you a lot of time for adjusting your parameters and finishing your compositions! → See all 61-key master keyboards


the t.bone Micscreen
An essential accessory for handling any critical acoustic issues! It lends neutrality to your recordings and allows you to work at your best when mixing. → See other studio accessories


Genelec Coffee Cup

It’s not just a cup, it’s a Genelec cup! Because everybody knows coffee is essential in the studio. → See all cups and mugs


Thomann V1012 10 Pack
A great product that will change your life! Gone are the days of cable spaghetti. And as the icing on the cake, the clip remains on the cable when the cable is unwound! → See more cable accessories


Millenium Headphone Holder
A headphone holder that can be fitted to such objects as a microphone stand. Comes in very handy when you don’t want to drag them along all over the place! → See all headphone accessories


Another headphone stand, this time with a bit more flare, for placing on your desk. → See all ROOMs Audio Line products


Dinic USB 2.0 Hub 7-Port
Every home studio knows this problem: no more USB ports! This hub ought to solve this problem with its 7 USB 2.0 ports. → See more USB and Firewire hubs


Kaotica Eyeball
An anti-glare foam filter with an integrated high-end pop filter. Try it, you will hear the difference! → See more acoustic elements


Auralex Acoustics Roominators Alpha-DST Burgundy
A selection of foam insulators for optimising the acoustics of your studio which will sound better than ever before! → See other acoustic control sets


Steinberg T-Shirt M
The ideal t-shirt for spending hours at your favourite sequencer. Cubase of course! → See all t-shirts



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Vincent started frequenting music shops at age eight. Picking up the Bass and Guitar followed not long after, as did bands. His love for music, from Sixties Pop and Soul to AnarchoPunk and Death Metal has only deepened with the years. He still regularly plays at Jam sessions, from Berlin to Cambodia.

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