Commercial studios are expensive and time-consuming. Learning to use high-end audio equipment takes time AND lots of cash.
Listen to the following two audio samples. One came from $500 in recording gear. The other was recorded with only $15.00 in recording gear. Which is which?
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There are so many things that can go wrong, settings that aren't correct, things plugged into things they shouldn't be plugged into, etc. That list goes on. Things can be especially tough for folks who aren't super great with technical stuff and just want to get on with recording!
I like the way you care to show every little thing you do and your friendly way of talking. Subbed.
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Great relief when I find someone who not only knows his stuff, but ALSO has the ability to present the information in a clear, concise and humorous way. Teaching is a skill separate from the subject matter itself. Many people have skills but are terrible at communicating them. This channel is excellent. Your video editing and annotation skills are also fantastic.
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You have literally been my savior for the past two hours as I've been working on a new project. Thank you. Thank you so much you majestic audio man.
In the jungle of voice-over videos and classes, Ken Theriot of Home Brew Audio stands out. He makes the complicated understandable, your challenges manageable, and his services are affordable. Ken's patience and persistence in solving my problems was an example to me of how to work with my audio software. He responded quickly and kindly to email questions. His common sense and laid-back approach made me feel comfortable and capable of learning. He helped me build a solid foundation on which to grow as a voice-over actor. I thank him and encourage you to use his service.