I was working on a long voiceover recording job last week. After it was all recorded, I began the long process of editing it for the client. That involved not only optimizing the volume and minimizing the noise, but also creating 27 separate files. Things were progressing nicely, but then I heard an odd sound…… 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.
[I’m re-posting this article from January, since it has a lot of relevance to the recent series we’ve been running on controlling room sound.] A reader asked me this week if I could shed any light on why his recordings weren’t sounding very good. He was using two very good microphones to record an organ,…… See More
We’ve been doing a series of posts over the last 5 weeks – giving you tips on how to improve the quality of the audio you record in your home studio. The first of the series is here: Improve The Quality Of The Audio You Record At Home – Tip 1. The first 4 tips were…… See More
This is week 5 in our series of videos and posts giving you tips for improving the quality of the audio you record in your home studio. All the tips so far (if you’ve missed them, you can start with week one here: Improve The Quality Of The Audio You Record At Home – Tip 1)…… See More
We’ve been doing a series of articles and videos showing you how to produce better sounding audio even in (especially in) bad-sounding rooms, such as the converted bedrooms that so many of us use as home recording studio spaces. You can find the first post in the series is here, if you have not seen…… See More