Voiceover – Tips and Tricks for Audio Production
Voiceover – Tips and Tricks for Audio Production By Dan Friedman with contributors Dan Gustafson and Cliff Zellman Let’s talk … audio production. While it is easy for a voice actor to think only of their performance and delivery of the copy, it is also important to remember that all of those beautifully spoken words […]
Voiceover – Sounds To Get Your Heart Pumping
Nearly all music requires layers of sounds and instrumentation to create an emotional response in the listener. Sound design is no different. If you’re a voice talent interested in sound design and audio production, try layering different sounds and hear what you can create.
Voiceover – The New Catalog is Here!
Voiceover – The New Catalog is Here! By Dan Friedman Other than checks and gifts there are few things that we in the voiceover industry receive in the mail that are quite as exciting as the ProGear catalog from Sweetwater. While I have made purchases with many retailers over the years, none of them offers […]
Recording Magazine’s Room Acoustics Series Part 5
Recording Magazine’s Room Acoustics Series Part 5 Recording Magazine sends out a newsletter to its subscribers every few weeks. The newsletter is (coincidentally) titled “Sound Advice” and this month it features the fifth in a series about room acoustics. Room acoustics is one of the biggest concerns for Recording Magazine readers. I know that this […]
Voiceover Gear, Quality and Rates… a Correlation?
Voiceover Gear, Quality and Rates… a Correlation? By Dan Friedman Two of the biggest ongoing issues in the voiceover world are gear and rates. It seems that voice talent (or voice talent wannabes) are always looking for the latest, greatest, smallest and cheapest piece of gear that is good enough to record audio. They also […]