You don’t need to spend a lot of money to build a studio good enough for recording audiobooks, just a little ingenuity. Here’s how I made my all-new studio:
Recently I was hired to voice as a young “cool and hip” 25 to 30 year old guy for an in-house video. I got the script along with the storyboard a few hours before the recording session. I then dutifully analyzed and practiced the script a few times. I was ready, willing, and feeling like a “cool and hip” 25 [Continue Reading…]
I love getting new toys, especially when those new toys help me make an even better voice over studio. Just recently, I got a new “home studio” toy, and it has made recording even easier. This purchase is one more link in my home studio makeover (which I’ve been working on for the past few weeks.) The new goodie that [Continue Reading…]
While doing a little YouTube surfing the other day I came across two short but informative videos about mic placement for vocals. These videos are meant for singers, but I found that they’re also quite relatable to recording voice overs as well. Click the Read more link below to check out the videos. Enjoy!
Ok boys and girls, it’s time to open myself up to you, bare it all, to “show you the goods.” Yep. It’s time to pull back the curtain (literally) and give you a sneak peak into my utlra high-tech voice over home studio! Now I warn you, if you are a beginner to voice acting and doing voice overs, then [Continue Reading…]