Do you ask yourself these questions:

  • “What gear do I really need to make killer sounding recordings?”
  • “How can I get my mixes to sound like what I hear in my head (and on the radio)?”
  • “How can I make more music when my time (and studio space) is limited?”
  • “Is it possible to get professional sounding recordings/mixes with home studio gear?”

If so, you’ve come to the right place! Whether you’re a semi-pro or a late night home studio adventurer, you probably want to make great sounding music and you don’t want to spend a boat load of money.

Here’s How The Davenports NYC Can Help You Make Better Sounding Music… Right Now!

We live in an unprecedented age of recording music.

With studio gear so affordable and computers becoming increasingly powerful, you can now have everything you need to record and produce top notch music in your home for practically next to nothing.

This has opened doors for musicians and bands to push their creativity to new heights without the burden of being “on the clock” in a commercial studio.

But are you getting the results you want?

You likely already have all the gear you could need to make killer recordings. You just need the training. But who wants to sift through the thousands of books, magazines, interviews, online articles, videos, and blog posts to learn the best methods to recording and mixing? Instead…

There Are No Longer Any Excuses

I have a weird way of looking at home recording and mixing.

Sure, my passion is to educate and empower a new generation of musicians and songwriters to make outstanding music with their home studio. But I live to break through the hype and marketing that tells people they need to spend more money if they want better results.


I want to eliminate any and all excuses prohibiting great talent from making great recordings. And so often gear is just another excuse.

“If I only had this preamp. If I could only upgrade my DAW. If I only had a better room or acoustic treatment.”

Nah, you already have all you need to get killer sounding tracks. You just need a new way of thinking.