How to use your car as a recording studio

A fun DIY project
by Jason Tulio | Jul 21, 2017

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If you spend a lot of time inside your car, then chances are you do a lot more while you're in there aside from just driving. You think about things both important and meager, you have meaningful conversations with your passengers, and listen to your favorite songs through the speakers.

For this fun little DIY experiment, we decided to take the whole "listening to music inside your car" thing to a whole new level. We combined a quiet parking spot, some audio equipment, my off-beat (literally) instrument skills, and the legit musicality of our writer Manskee Nascimento. We created a makeshift recording studio in the back seat of a Chevrolet Trax, and we must admit that the results are fun to sing along to.

The song we chose is an original one written by Manskee himself. To hear just how good music can really be inside a car's cabin, click play on the link above. 

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