RecordingReview.com founder, Brandon Drury, is releasing Killer Home Recording: Setting up at absolutely no cost. KHR:SU is part one of an eleven-part series that acknowledges the problems and frustrations many beginning home-studio engineers encounter and offers solutions that are easily understood for the "common" person. KHR:SU is specifically formatted for those who are just starting out in home recordings and tackles such topics as standalone recorders vs. computer recordings, the computer recording process, beginning recording gear, audio interfaces, recording software, Mac vs. PC, cables, troubleshooting, and ideas for the "ultra-broke" recorder. "When I wrote Killer Home Recording: Setting Up, my goal was to make the most definitive guide for initially putting together a modern home recording setup ever," said Drury. "I wanted none of the usual 'fluff' that goes into the countless recording books out there. I simply wanted a take-no-prisoners guide that was void of all the politically-correct mumbo jumbo for understanding what is really going on in a recording rig."