Voice over recording equipment is more powerful and more affordable than ever before in 2017. Unlike the needs for musicians, voice over actors need very little in order to produce professional sounding results from their voice recording studio right from home. Before I start claiming that all you need is a mic and a computer…… See More
Voice-Over Recording Tips
These are all the posts that primarily focus on voice over recording - such as video narration, podcasts, audio books, radio and TV ads, etc. Articles that focus mainly on music recording, mixing and mastering are in the Music Recording Category.
It’s easy to create a voice recording studio in a bedroom at home in 2018. Using a computer and just a couple other small bits of gear, you can easily record professional sounding voice overs at home. Most people think you need to have a super expensive microphone to make really top-notch voice recordings. Either…… See More
Mark Weiss of the audioprofiles.com breaks down and shows the difference between 6 different microphone positions. In this video, he compares this 6 positions based on voice. The first position: Straight into the microphone Mark places the microphone about 4 to 6 inches away from his mouth and aimed straight to his mouth, from this…… See More
If you have ever been asked to record and edit a conversation between two people, say, for a voice over job, then you are probably aware of the logistical problems this can cause. The client usually has visions of just getting the two people together around a microphone and simply reading their parts at the…… See More
More than your technical ability when it comes to microphone set-up especially at your home studio is the ability to detect, understand, and avoid common microphone issues. Here are the common problems we come across when setting up our microphones. Sibilance – the sound produced when a blast of air is mixed every time the letter’s F…… See More