In order to demonstrate how professional sounding voice over recordings can be made (and in turn, voice over jobs be gotten) with very inexpensive home recording studios, I decided to do a quick demo. Take a listen to the below recording. It was recorded with a home studio that would cost you about as much…… See More
These are posts that involve the topic of editing audio.
PC recording software comes in many different types and capabilities. What I want to focus on here is software you can use to record music or voice overs onto your computer. That narrows it down to two categories of audio recording software: programs to use for “tracking” or getting the sound into the computer, and…… See More
Reaper, by Cockos, is what I use for my digital audio workstation (DAW) every day of the world. There are so many things about it that I love, I find it hard to narrow down what makes it so awesome. But I’ll try. I think what I like the most about Reaper is how fast…… See More
Home recording tips are so easy to implement these days due to the fabulous capabilities with have with computers. In the old days of audio recording, when tape was the medium and pretty much everything was analog, you really had only your ears to rely on when recording and editing audio. Even in the early…… See More
Just for fun I decided to record myself as an entire rock band as a demonstration to show what was possible with a modest PC recording studio. The song was a cover of You’re All I Have, by Snow Patrol. If you want to review my first two posts about this project, you can find…… See More