There are a lot of myths in existence about home studios that can hamper people’s ability to create a studio that is tailored towards the type of music that they wish to create or even put them off creating a space in which to record sound altogether. Home recording is an area in which a mountain of mistruths exists. Perhaps the most common fallacy that people like to spread is the idea that there are rules to having a home studio that extend beyond ‘make it as effective as possible at recording music that sounds good.’ A studio does not need to be a work of art and does not need to extend across seven different rooms. It simply needs to capture the essence of what is being recorded.