Using an audio editor, you can REALLY improve your voice over recordings. This article and video shows you how to get rid of saliva noises when recording voice overs. Of course it works for any kind for any kind of vocal recording where your mouth is close to the microphone. These saliva “clicks” – along…… 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.
[This review originally appeared here in 2013. But I thought I would update it a bit in the wake of all the microphone reviews I’ve been doing in 2016. I still want one of these, BTW:)] I had the privilege of testing out the Sennheiser MKH 416 microphone over the past couple of weeks. What…… See More
I just finished testing out the Electro-Voice RE20 Dynamic Microphone, another fabulous vocal mic that I’ve been wanting to get my hands on for a long time (the other being the Shure SM7B, which I reviewed last week). Like the SM7, The RE20 is an end-address (you talk into the end and not the side,…… See More
Here’s a tip to help you record and finish long voice over jobs more efficiently (which translates to much faster). If you are lucky enough to have gotten a fairly long voice-over job, such as an audio book, documentary narration, etc., then you know that there will be little mess-ups along the way that need…… See More
I’ve complained about this for years. But I’m actually surprised that it still happens in June of 2015! I went to two professional looking, beautiful websites from very well-known companies this morning. Both had videos on the front page. And both of those videos had horrendous sounding voice-overs! It was a small sample (to satisfy…… See More