Here’s an item from About.com that discusses one of those “scary-sounding” terms in audio that really pretty simple. It’s all about getting the right loudness/volume of audio that will avoid distortion, but will also be strong enough to avoid a lot of noise. Those of you interested in voice over jobs might want to pay…… See More
Home Recording Tips and Techniques
These are posts tagged as "Tips and Techniques" to help you improve the quality of the audio you record from your home studio.
Voice over recording tips – This is the third in a series of articles by Lisa Theriot on speaking in different accents, a useful skill for voice over actors. Okay, this is a personal trauma, but I will never get over Walter Koenig as Chekhov on Star Trek saying “nuclear wessels.” Would it have killed…… See More
A very common question out there is “what do I need for a starter home recording studio? This is a re-post of something that get asked all the time. It is a question asked on Yahoo! Answers several months ago, though some form of it seems to be asked and answered almost daily. How Would…… See More
We want to be your home recording studio headquarters. I started Home Brew Audio to be a one-stop shop for learning how to record and produce professional audio on your home computer. And I want everyone to understand that they can do this without having to pay lots of money or attend a recording school.…… See More
Lots of people think it is hard, or at least expensive, to get professional sounding audio when recording in a home recording studio. A big part of our mission at Home Brew Audio is to disabuse people of that notion. I’ve been reading a lot of Q&As on the interwebs about how to record good,…… See More