Another month, another collection of sounds recorded. The challenges of getting recordings that are good enough quality continue.When it gets to 7pm and I still haven’t recorded anything things can get dicey! This month I’ve been surprised by what’s been downloaded from Freesound the most. The most downloaded recording of February has been from February 7th … More A Sound A Day – February.
Doing what I do for a living I get to hear a fair amount of audio that voiceovers have recorded in their home studios. The standard I receive can vary, sometimes the levels are a bit too low/high, sometimes the room isn’t as well treated as it could be. But there is one thing that … More Non-Surgical Bottom (end) reduction
I’ve said it before and I’ll no doubt say it again, but the way people engage the services of voiceover artists is changing. Once upon a time a VO would always be employed for a job in conjunction with a production studio, so all the VO would have to do is the actual voicing bit. … More production tips for VOs
This month I thought I’d have a brief look at microphones. These are obviously a massively important part of the recording chain and a huge topic to write about, so this time I want to skip the basics (I could well return to those at a later date) and consider microphone choice for voiceovers. So … More Mic choice for VOs