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To Pop Filter or Not – Are Pop Filters Necessary?

Pop filters make a big difference when recording vocals. Learn about popping sounds, how pop filters work and the pros & cons to using them.

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How to Become a Voice Actor for Cartoons and Animation

Looking to become a voice actor for animation & cartoon? Read our tips and tricks on how to break into character & animation voice over work.

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Making Your Audio Shine: Tips from an Engineer

Great tech enables great talent! Get tips from audio engineer Bryant Falk on how to make your audio sound great.

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What’s on Your Tech Wish List?

Looking for something new to put in your booth? Or a good mic recommendation? Learn what top talent can't live without!

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How To Run A Voice Over Business During A Natural...

Voice actor and coach Tommy Griffiths walks you through tips on how to keep your business operating, even in the face of severe weather.

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Voice Artists, What Would You Do For The Perfect Take?

Trying to get the perfect take? Learn what voice actors have done to make sure their recordings sound great.

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Cheap Computers for Voice Pros: A Bad Bargain?

Voice professionals rely on their computers for lots of reasons: To manage their auditions, record and produce demos. So why choose a cheap computer?

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4 Sounds You Can Create at Home

How to become your own Foley Artists and recreate sound for a variety of applications. Get started with these common, east to recreate sounds!

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How Can You Provide Live Direction Remotely?

Today we discuss how communication around the globe with voiceover talent has become much easier and the ways to access talent.

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6 Tips for Removing Breaths from Audio Recordings | Voices.com Blog - Where clients and voice actors can find valuable information on pre-production, technology, animation, video and audio production, home recording studios, business growth, voice acting and auditions, celebrity voice actors, voiceover industry news and more!
6 Tips for Removing Breaths from Audio Recordings

Many of us have struggled with editing audio recordings. Read tips from the industries top sound engineers on their performance based point of view.

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Voice-Over Scripts: Screens VS Paper

There are many different forms that a script can be read from. Some voice actors prefer electronic scripts as opposed to other who prefer a hard copy.

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How The Symetrix 528E Processor Can Make You Sound...

I use a Symetrix 528E processor and wondered what settings I can change to make my voice sound more "present?" I have a good studio mike, but when I hear some...

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