New Free Tool Helps Bands and Recording Engineers Find the Best Sound Card for Their Needs

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Recording Review has just released the Home Recording Soundcard Wizard at http://www.RecordingReview.com/soundcard/. The new and completely free tool helps musicians and home recording engineers choose the best soundcard for their needs with beginner or advanced wizard options available.

RecordingReview.com today officially released the Home Recording Sound Card Wizard, a free online tool for bands and home recording engineers, at http://www.RecordingReview.com/soundcard/. The new tool converts a potentially 10-hour project into a 10-minute process, by evaluating each user's needs, and presenting all available sound card models that will fulfill them, in addition to specs, prices and other data to help users compare models.

"In the past, choosing a sound card [for home recording] was a total headache," according to Brandon Drury, owner of RecordingReview.com and creator of the Home Recording Sound card Wizard. "It usually [consists] of a person new to home recording posting on a forum with the subject 'What's the best sound card?' Of course, this is like asking 'Who is the ideal mate?' A generous forum user [would write a post] explaining that sound cards have to fit the personal needs of each user ... [leaving] the person looking for a sound card totally confused. [Now] the Home Recording Sound card Wizard [handles] all of this automatically. What used to take 10 hours, can be handled automatically in about 10 minutes."

The free tool offers two options: one for beginners, such as new songwriters, and one for advanced users, such as recording engineers. Advanced users can simply input their needs or requirements into a one-page query form, and they are presented with a list of sound cards that will fit their needs. Beginners can utilize a more comprehensive wizard tool, which describes each potential need (such as how to know how many built in preamp channels they need) in detail, to help beginners decide on their ideal sound card requirements.

After inputting requirements, site users are presented with a comprehensive report on sound card models that meet all of their needs, including the brand, model number, price, specs and a link where the user can find additional information to compare various sound card models for their recording needs.

About RecordingReview.com

RecordingReview.com is a site dedicated to helping musicians create stronger recordings and get those recordings in front of more listeners. The site offers features and resources for visitors from experienced audio engineers to beginning songwriters, from home recording software recommendations to a home recording forum for engineers, artists and more. RecordingReview.com was launched in 2005 by Brandon Drury.

For additional information about RecordingReview.com or the Home Recording Soundcard Wizard, please visit http://www.RecordingReview.com/soundcard, or contact Brandon Drury at 573-264-4900.

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Brandon Drury

500 Sycamore Street

Scott City, MO 63780

Phone: 573-264-4900

Web: http://www.RecordingReview.com

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