The gear every content creation student needs

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If you're learning how to create, it's important to have the necessary tools. You wouldn't expect a painting to paint without a brush, and likewise, you shouldn't expect to be able to easily create digital content without the right computers, accessories, and so on.

No matter what kind of content you're creating, there should be something on this list for you. Check out the gear that every content creation student needs below.

Create, create, create

No matter what your field, these tools should be perfect for creation students. Some of them are a little pricy, but they're well-worth the cash, while others on the list punch well above their price range.

If you're a visual artist, considering getting the 11-inch iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil. If you're a photographer or videographer, the Sony A6000 mirrorless camera is a great way to go. If you're an audio artist, then the PreSonus AudioBox 96 USB and the Audio Technica AT2035 are a powerful combination. And no matter what field you create in, a powerful MacBook Pro is worth looking into.

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