Many of us have struggled with editing audio recordings. Read tips from the industries top sound engineers on their performance based point of view.
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.
I use a Symetrix 528E processor and wondered what settings I can change to make my voice sound more “present?”
Is your recording studio a little on the unmanageable side? Learn about five things you can do to decluttering your home recording studio environment.
Here are 7 tips to help you select the best microphone for your voice. Find out if it's better to spend more or save on a vocal mic!
Are there any limitations that age may impose upon someone who wants to use their skills as a professional voice over artist?
Ideas ranging from how to sound like you are underwater to sounding like you’re on the telephone are covered in this article.
If you are someone who wants to get an ISDN line and are curious about how to go about it, here are some great insights.
When you first get into voice over, you’ll quickly learn that something expected of you (to work independently) is an audio home recording studio.
Great artists all struggle with practicing. Marc gives you the inspiration you need to overcome the urge not to practice.
When aspiring voice talent enter the business, they usually start with Audacity. It is a free, open source software platform for recording and editing.