The first and last word in home recording I'm a voice over and director of a training program. I was never trained as an engineer but to be competitive today, you have to have some technical knowledge of how to record at home. These guys have made it fun to learn how to do it and have done a very thorough job of laying it all out in a very easy-to-understand way. Plus they offer very clever ideas for home and on the road recording.
S. Loew, Chicago
best "how to" on voice recordings I've ever seen This is the most useful (and fun) book on the actual process of recording the voice for acting, demos, audio books and so forth I've ever seen. Technically detailed enough (though written in normal people lingo, not "geek speak") to guide the construction of your own home "studio," it also has the basics of processing and promoting voice work at home or on the road. Written in a very breezy style, it also includes lots of advice for the aspiring voice artist and has pages of references for equipment, vendors and services. Highly recommended!
S. Cook, Northeast USA
Excellent instructions on voice-over artistry The two authors, Hogan and Fisher, are well known and highly respected within the industry, in their own right. Together, they've collaborated on this book to provide easy how-to-do-it info for beginners and even those experienced in providing voice-over talent. I've spent a number of years on both sides of the mic and can validate every word written here.
A. Soifer, Ottawa, on Canada